(This information is directed toward
people with Parkinson's
Much of it may also apply to other folks)
While "Attitude" is not everything,
it sure can help!
a person must come to terms with the fact that you now have
Parkinson's Disease, and it's not going to go away. You, like
me, are stuck with it. There may be a cure sometime down the
road, but nobody knows when
that will be. In the meantime we have to make the best of it.
The sooner you do this, the better off you will be.
Nobody said it was going to be easy!
After your diagnosis has been confirmed, and a second opinion
obtained, you have a choice. You can choose to accept, and make
the best of it, or you can choose to "fight" it.
The Mind, the Body, and the Spirit are one! To hurt one, is
to hurt them all. If
you choose not to accept the fact that you have Parkinson's,
and after a reasonable period, dwell in anger and self pity
you are going to burden your Mind and Spirit as well as your
Which is only going to make life harder for you.
a natural human emotion, and if not allowed to become a habit,
does no great harm. However if allowed to become constant, like
any other negative emotion, it becomes destructive to your Trinity.
Most, if not all, negative emotions create stress and tension.
tension are the last things a person with Parkinson's needs.
Stress upsets your body, which upsets your stomach, which decreases
the quality of your life. As your stomach goes ....... so goes
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can choose to be negative
Or, you can choose to be positive
can choose to be pleasant
Or, you can choose to be a pest
can choose to be
you can choose to
become a constructive force
in your own life & in the lives of others)
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a Web Site With an
This One Out!!
Highly Recommend This Inspired Web Site of Jim Wetherell, aka
About Jim in Your
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Choosing", a book by Ray H. Woollam,
covers this subject nicely.