"Share A Great Life" Book

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"Share a Great Life With Alzheimer's, Cancer, or Any Diagnosis"
  This book is written in such a way as to give the reader a direct experience of creating joyful times.  The reader experiences simple ways they can try out not only with their friend who has Alzheimer's, but with all their friends.  The book leaves you not only with ways to share joy, but also with an access to recognizing innumerable joys that are available always.

Get the new book that changes the way you see life with or without disease.

"This book is written for you, your family, and your friends.  I fill it with love and joy for you to experience." - David Lazaroff

Price:  $14.95

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124 pages in easy to read 14 point font.

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ISBN:  978-0985163129 

This book can help you reconnect with the joy you want in the relationship you have with your friend or family member who has Alzheimer's, cancer, or any diagnosis. New perspectives are introduced, the joys of caring are explored, simple ways to share joy are shown, all in a fun and accessible context. If you are having difficulty finding the joy, David shows you the way.

This is a must read for friends, family, and caregivers of people with Alzheimer's, cancer, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, or any chronic or fatal disease.  The bonus is that the perspectives presented are ready to be put to use to enjoy life more, even when disease is not present!

From the back cover:

Life is always, every moment, without fail, offering opportunities for love, companionship, beauty, connection and joy. Life is simultaneously offering opportunities for less desirable things. Every moment we get to choose. Where we put our attention determines our experience of the world. If you are not seeing something you like that is available… keep looking. Joy is available!

My experience of this comes from caring for my dear friend, Carl, in the context of his Alzheimer’s. If you want to have a great life, commit yourself to giving someone else a great life. You must have a great life yourself in order to make a great life possible for someone else.

After seven years of caring for Carl, his life is now complete. With laughter and love until the day of leaving his body, the lessons of Carl’s life remain for all of us. Have a lot of love… have a lot of fun!

-- David Lazaroff

Praise for "Share a Great Life With Alzheimer's, Cancer, or Any Diagnosis":

"Joy with serious illness?  The title alone makes me want to know more...  As I read David's wise words, I experience what might be possible, not just for those who are ill - but for all of us to hear, embrace and live.  Here's to not waiting and to living it up!"  

- Kristen Moeller, MS 
Bestselling author,
"Waiting for Jack: Confessions of a Self-Help Junkie"


"Sometimes being human is simply heartbreaking. It's impossible to move through this world without being impacted by someone you love dealing with a serious illness. Rather than deny it will happen, let's all take David's approach and deal with life as is. Let's find the best of the worst and help each other through this thing called life."

- Erika Armstrong, Author
"A Chick in the Cockpit",
Daughter and Granddaughter of Alzheimer patients


"Share A Great Life" is a life guide for those who are connected to a loved one who is making the journey through life with Alzheimer's Disease.  It is a concise and often witty portrayal of how someone can make the most of the time they have with a friend who is no longer able to function mentally as the person they used to be.  The writing is helpful and often humorous.  What I truly enjoy is how the book not only gives guidance on how to improve the other person's life, but it also tells the reader how to appreciate their own time in life and how to enjoy it.  One example is "So, choose carefully what you are giving your attention to.  You are choosing your experience of life."

Having had a friend with Alzheimer's I can identify with much of what is said in this book.  My only wish is that I had read it sooner before my friend passed away.  David does an excellent job of letting the reader understand how to make the most of her time with her friend.  I highly recommend this book to anyone with an older friend or relative who is facing the trials of dementia.

- Kathy


I truly enjoy the book! The ideas are easy to understand and the book is the right length for me! Something I can read and apply right away. Some of the other books have been too long and overwhelming and I haven't even had the energy to tackle them. Thank you so much for thinking of my family! My dad has the book now.

- Rae Lyn


You have such a positive message, and your enthusiasm is infectious. I like your conversational tone and the use of the present tense (and your rationale for it.) Thanks for alternating the pronouns she and he. You inspire me!

- Kathleen


My Mother has Alzheimer's.  I want to let you know how much I appreciate your book “Share A Great Life”.  I think I will carry it with me and re-read it when I need to.......but I want to say thank you for sharing this with me.  I could connect very much with a lot of what you say and I will need this insight in the years to come.  My Mother is in her early years of Alzheimer's, but the changes in her are still sometimes hard to deal with.  Thank you for helping me to further understand.

- Rosalie


Dear David,
Thank you so much for your words of Wisdom and God's Love.
(An Old Grandma)

100% satisfaction guarantee.  If you do not feel uplifted by this book, return it in new condition within 30 days for a full refund, no questions asked.