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Many women today are in the sandwich generation and finding it hard to balance family life and career while being responsible for an elderly family member, or someone diagnosed with a chronic disease.  

If this is you, the extra demands placed on you while taking care of another, can be tremendous and may cause extra stress; on finance, relationships, marriage and workplace.  

If you are finding that life is overwhelming while you're taking care of a loved one, health coaching can be the answer to help you find balance and support. Feeling heard and understood by a coach, who knows what it's like to take care of a family member with health issues, can be transformative and freeing.  

In the one-on-one coaching program, you will receive strategies and solutions to manage when life feels unmanageable. You’ll learn to give yourself permission to have wants, dreams, desires and feel successful in your role as a caregiver.  

In this program you will discover:

The importance of becoming aware of your stressful circumstances. 

How to make choices to manage stress and increase vital energy.

How to make time for yourself without feeling guilty.

How to use community and family resources.

How to know when it is time to consider alternative arrangements.

How to balance all areas of life so you can cope with the many demands made on you.

What to eat to increase vitality, energy and health.

The one-on-one program can be held in person or virtually.

Call for a free consult to find out how the 3-Month Wellness coaching program can help you manage stress and prevent burnout before it’s too late.​

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