Cancer and other serious, long-term illnesses present so many challenges to those who are sick and their families. While we can’t pretend to truly understand all that is going on, we do believe that showering a person with love and affection is never a bad thing. Not only might that love give energy to the person battling the disease but it may help the family feel better during a time of great challenges.
If you know someone or a family dealing with a serious illness and you think an infusion of love, admiration and support would be beneficial please contact us.
From a son after showing a video to his mother who is battling dementia.
For the first time in months my mother laughed, cried, smiled and chuckled. It was incredible. I have shown it to her 3 times now and each time she’s able to focus on the video more and gets a lot of enjoyment from it. I really feel it has had a significant impact on her, the positive effects keep coming!
From a mother with a young daughter battling cancer
It is very meaningful to see what others think about your child (maybe even more meaningful than for yourself?!) and is encouraging to hear their affirmations and expressions of love. When you love my child, I feel loved as well!
It also provided me an opportunity to stop and consider M’s character and how valuable she is to me. Just to consider her—and putting that into a concise set of words—was a lovely exercise in itself. (I actually don’t stop to really do that often—put what she means to me in specific, carefully chosen words—and I was glad for the opportunity to do that, and express her value, which I know she’ll treasure for the rest of her life!
Thank you! It was my best birthday present. the little girl after her birthday party