If you suddenly find yourself caring for a loved one, you usually learn the
hard way – on your own.
Not only do you have your usual daily commitments, now you have a lot
more besides – including dealing with doctors, appointments, financial
struggles as well as being an emotional and physical rock for your loved one.
The last person we usually think about, during these challenging times, is
ourselves, and that is why a high proportion of carers fall ill from the pressure.
But there are ways to look after yourself and enjoy life, even whilst caring.
‘Who Cares?’ gives first hand experience and solutions of the issues carers face,
empowering you to look after yourself – and to start enjoying life again.
If you would like details of the new book, Who Cares?, giving insight
and advice on how to look after your health, plus the Who Cares?
newsletter, please free to subscribe below.
Thank you for signing up. Please click here to download the book.
I will also be emailing out my Newsletter for carers and creating videos, so please do keep your eye out for those in case they end up in your junk box.
It’s a wonderful thing to care for someone,
as long as you’re caring for yourself