For over 20 years, I've cared for my veteran husband, who has struggled with schizophrenia, physical pain, chronic bleeding, and weakness. For the longest time I felt that in order for me to be happy, he needed to be cured. I've realized that he can be himself, and I can love him, just as he is. I can be safe, compassionate and creative. And our kids are better off because of our journey, not in spite of our struggle. I can help you find that same confidence and strength.
I hear you. My clients and fellow caregivers tell me that they feel:
isolated lonely neglected by family
guilty loss of intimacy depression
not enough ME time stress loss of self-expression
mood swings unappreciated career stagnation
fear of the unknown anxiety loss of privacy
You don't have to settle for losing who you are as you set aside your life to care for someone you love. I can show you the way out of your pain and frustration to build confidence in meeting your needs and those of your loved one.
Come with your biggest concern, bring your biggest challenge.
Leave with answers and tools.
What does caregiving look like for you? In one free 20 minute consultation (I know you're busy) you will have a clear vision of what will help you the most. If you need more help, there are 3 easy ways to get coached. You can get the peace and joy you want back in your life.