Perhaps the most formidable challenge for everyone on the road to recovery is to persist, stay on track and maintain the commitment that is needed to recover. This I must say is no minor challenge. People
tell me consistently that when they take a vacation from eating healthy food, exercising or abandoning therapies that help them, their symptoms worsen. Guaranteed.
New Year’s resolutions can also certainly help us all sustain the discipline and commitment that is so critical to a recovery program.
My exciting announcement for the New Year is that I just released my book, Five Steps to Recovery, as a paperback. Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease was released Christmas. It has been an exciting
month for me and Parkinsons Recovery.
Until now, Five Steps to Recovery has only been available as a download (or desktop). I kept promising many of you that the print book would be available soon (but it has been six months). Five Steps to Recovery lays out the five steps that are necessary to transform negative thought forms into positive ones. When we hold positive thoughts moment to moment, day in and day out, we can manifest whatever our heart desires – health, wellness,
abundance, happiness, joy – you name it.
You can find out more about Five Steps to Recovery and how to order the paperback by visiting:
Information on ordering Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease is here:
Robert Rodgers, Ph.D.