Dementia, is this my future too?  For anyone with a family member with dementia it is a heart-wrenching question.  A question that elicits considerable angst and worry.  

Statistically there is a 7 in 10 risk of developing dementia if you have a close relative diagnosed with dementia.  But as very aptly expressed by Dr Daniel Amen, “Genetics loads the gun, lifestyle pulls the trigger.”

There is mounting evidence that supports the notion that the brain changes associated with dementia are present long before the onset of symptoms.  Decades.  

That means, you can take steps right now BEFORE any symptoms emerge to prevent (if not reverse) its progression.

Overcome Your Fear of Dementia is specifically design to give you an easy to learn strategy to help you overcome your fear of dementia.  This strategy is a simple five step approach you can use to diffuse fear and anxiety, relieve depression and self-doubt any other emotion that detracts you from becoming the best version of yourself. 

Simple, however, does not mean easy.  But like anything that is fundamentally transformative, it’s well worth the effort.


Overcome Your Fear of Dementia will teach you:

  • to increase awareness of your thinking, both conscious and subconscious;
  • to increase awareness of your emotions, so that you can stop worrying about an uncertain future;
  • a strategy that helps you replace self-doubt with self-confidence;
  • a strategy that helps you diminish fear and angst; and
  • most importantly, a skill that will help you dream and live life, love life and always.

Overcome Your Fear of Dementia teaches you a crucial skill – How to master your self-talk.  
Master this skill, and there ain’t nothin’ gonna stop ya. 

I understand your fear.  Both dementia and longevity run in my family.  Which means I have a 7 in 10 chance of living long and mindless – a scenario I prefer to avoid completely.  But truthfully, I have no idea if dementia is in my future or not.  Nor do you.  Life is too short to let the uncertainty of the future steal the present moment or your dreams.  If you have not already requested my FREE guide – “How to Overcome Your Fear of Dementia” click the button below.