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Audrey Berger, PhD - Life Coach
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LIVING WELL WITH CHRONIC MEDICAL ILLNESS-
AN 8-SESSION COACHING GROUP
All of these changes that so frequently accompany chronic illness can really challenge your sense of who you are, diminish your quality of life and cause you to question what quality of life is possible for you now. But, it doesn't have to be that way. Turning Point Life Coaching can help you to revive your spirit and reclaim your life.
If you are experiencing any of the challenges addressed on this page, and you are interested in learning more about how Turning Point Life Coaching can help, please use the form on the CONTACT page.
Although chronic illness and disability often go hand-in-hand, there are obviously many other types and causes of disability, such as traumatic injury, which can require many difficult and sudden adjustments in how you live your life. Even if your disability is long-standing, and you have many well-established ways of managing your situation, there may still be many challenges that affect your quality of life.
In either type of situation, Turning Point Life Coaching can assist you in exploring and identifying ways to address those challenges, to enable you to live a happier, more fulfilling life.
If you have a chronic illness, and you are struggling with these issues, it is important for you to know that it is always possible to redesign your life, no matter what your circumstances. Turning Point Life Coaching will help you to envision new ways to view yourself and approach your life, so you can live a happier, more fulfilled life.
Living with chronic illness can present unique challenges which frequently can feel insurmountable. When you have a chronic illness, you often have to make significant adjustments in how you live your life. Sometimes those adjustments can involve even the smallest aspects of daily living that other people take for granted, and may even involve having to give up cherished activities.
Chronic illness sometimes intrudes into so many aspects of life that it can become difficult to recognize the life you once had. And sometimes people with chronic illness get to the point where they are only able to think about their life in terms of their illness. If your illness affects your ability to participate in some social activities, you may also end up feeling more socially isolated.