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Alzheimer’s Caregiver Becomes Afflicted by Osmosis – Launches Website to Reduce Stress
As a stress reduction consultant, Gina Molitor cared for her father who suffered for Alzheimer's Disease for 10 years. Today, she debuts her website StressLessOrBust.com in order to help others reduce their stress levels.
The site, http://www.StressLessOrBust.com, targets women 35+, who are disproportionately taxed with caregiver responsibilities in addition to being employed in many cases. It’s slogan of “Transport Yourself ” underlies the mission to provide a respite detour from stressors as well as a destination for solutions. Via a blog-based format, four segments within the site are geared toward women’s most joyful diversions like Style Therapy; Decor Therapy; Vent Therapy and Pet Therapy. Advisory mood fixes are featured, like how to adjust lighting for optimal health, as well as perk-me-up merchandise. The fifth Caregiver Therapy category, specifically addresses coping skills for dealing with ill family members, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease. The site as a whole strikes a balance between powerful insight– as with the site’s eBook offering, The Top 6 Things You Should Ask Yourself to Stress Less (http://www.stresslessorbust.com/
Site founder, Gina Molitor, said, “I designed the content to help women find their true north when stress has their heads spinning. I try to balance informational and self-awareness posts with soul-nourishing items that can be just plain fun or to help blow off some steam.”
Gina’s catalyst for starting the website was her memoir, Solid~Wax (http://www.stresslessorbust.com/
The American Psychological Association labels our current lifestyle The Age of Anxiety and says there’s been a 1200% increase of us suffering from anxiety disorders since 1980.
Estimates of the number of Americans afflicted by Alzheimer’s disease range from 5.1 million to 5.4 million, and someone develops the disease every 68 seconds, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Absent a cure, that figure is expected to climb as high as 16 million by 2050 as baby boomers age.
Page Updated Last on: Jun 21, 2013