One day, whether you agree with me or not - your mindset about this trauma will start to shift but until then cry it out, cuddle it out, Netflix it out, feel all the emotions and most importantly eat only delicious things to block out the thoughts. In the meantime, hopefully by sharing my story, I’ll be able to inspire you to see things differently so that you can go from all the feelings of *the day that changed your life* to feeling positive, strong, capable, and like you’re thriving (as well as surviving) daily.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease is a big job. Depending on how advanced their illness is, the patient may depend on you for everything from feeding to mobility and medication management. When all your energy is focused on supporting their well-being, it's easy to neglect your own health and happiness. Unfortunately, this can leave you feeling completely drained and devoid of energy.
It’s been a great week here at camp, but a tough one for the cancer community. I’ve gotten to know so many incredible people through the work I’m doing, and it often feels like I know them. These are people I’ve never met in person, whom I feel a deep connection to because of our mutual life experience. I cheer for their highs and feel the pain of their lows.
It’s such an honor when companies and people I love share their love for Better and Company! I am so grateful, and wanted to put our features in one place so you can learn more about these amazing organizations through their posts. Click through to see what they’ve shared about Better + Co., then explore all they have to offer on their websites!
I am currently writing a monthly column for Cancer Wellness Magazine! I am over the moon at this opportunity and wanted to share my writings here for you to read. I will be updating this post and linking the most recent columns as they're posted. Thank you for reading!