8 Things To Do When A Loved One is Sick

By Amy Leo
Amy Leo
Amy Leo is a fellow human being doing the best she can. She is a three principles paradigm coach, singer-songwriter, and travel addict. With a background in social work and mental health education, she is passionate about alleviating human psychological suffering and travels the world sharing a simple, profound, and scientific truth of how our human minds can work for us, instead of against us...particularly when it comes to our relationships. She loves dogs, her Finnish fiancé (she is even learning Finnish to prove it!), and could put Tzatziki sauce on nearly anything.

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I have had 6 joint replacements in a 3 year span (with 1 year without any surgery). I have been blessed to have my bashert as my coach offering unconditional love, patience, and support. He has learned about front bra hooks, stockings, underwear — and women’s clothing as a whole. He has figured out and created ways to make my life a bit easier. He has taught me that I need to ask for help — not just from him but from others – especially since I ‘look intact’ but am dealing with some limitations. I am so grateful to have a partner in life who loves me for me.

donna g ramsden
donna g ramsden

thank you for sharing this story! many of the take home messages are totally applicable in dealing with friends and loved ones going through any problems, health-wise or not. i have been guilty of trying to “fix” other’s problems, rather than listening and supporting.