Silver Linings

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In The Quiet Times

Posted by Martin Lukaszewski on Monday, September 19, 2016, In : Wisdom 
There have been times when I have not posted for a few days or a couple weeks, but this may have been the longest amount of time between posts since I first started to correspond on this site. Forgive me if you have been looking forward to my words and found nothing new.

Part of living with Parkinson's is just that: living. When I was first diagnosed I told my wife that I was not going to just go and hide in a shell. I was going to try to live my life as I always had. I would be of full active...

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Posted by Martin Lukaszewski on Friday, April 25, 2014, In : Wisdom 
I had the honor today to meet with students from the University of Minnesota who are in the midst of studying to become physical therapists. Being a part of a panel of Parkinson's patients, quickly we discovered that all five of us patients were teachers and here we were teaching these students, a little bit about us and our lives with Parkinson's.

Teaching is a life-long mission. We all are teaching someone at sometime. Today it wasn't about Shakespeare or photography. Today was about the bes...
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My Angel My Hero 

This is the unedited version of a video that I completed for My Angel My Hero, a non-profit whose mission is to bring awareness towards different social causes such as Parkinson's disease. Here is my story of how faith and my wife are my angel and my hero.




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Martin Lukaszewski In January 2014, I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. In this blog I will share with you the silver linings of knowing where my life is going, what are my hopes for my future, and how I spend each day.


Jean Lukaszewski I am a Hospice Nurse and have had many patients who endured Parkinson's disease.My plan is to share with you my experiences not as a nurse, but as a wife who with her husband encounter this disease.









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