A DIFFERENT WAY TO BE WITH ALZHEIMER┬┤S

Coaching

 

Have you ever felt that no-one understands what you are going through?

Have you ever felt rage at the injustice of the disease that has invaded your lives?

Have you ever felt ashamed or embarassed when witnessing the behaviour of your loved one?

Have you felt profound sadness, thinking that you have lost the person you love even though they are there in front of you?

Have you felt the immense joy of a single glance, a smile, or just a word from your loved one that has touched your soul?

Have you experienced conflict with family members due to the fear and stress that looking after your sick loved one can involve?

Would you like to have a fluid relationship with your loved one despite the disease?

If you have answered YES to any of these questions, we invite you to read more