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“God Bless you Diane Berardi, and the work you do. When Bill, the love of my life had his stroke and I thought I would come apart, you took all the stress away. Words can’t begin to express how much your kindness and guidance helped our family heal. Bill and I are back living, loving and laughing again!”
“Dear Diane… On Behalf of the entire Weiss Family, we can’t thank you enough for your help. Without your help we never could have afforded to care for Mom at home. You are so sweet & have such a big heart.”
“I listen every week for your advice. J’apprécie les folies d’Annette et Joe (I appreciate the follies of ‘Annette and Joe’). It makes me laugh. My french parents are quite the same.”
“Diane, I love your show. You are so sweet. I never miss a week. I listen along with my mom and we are learning so much about things we never thought we needed to know. Thank you for what you do.”
“Ciao Diane, I am a gerontologist at a hospital in Bologna, Italy and I very much love your show. This is such an important topic and I am happy to hear it being discussed so openly and complete. Brava!”
Dear Diane. My husband Alexandre and I are doctors in Barcelona. We are also ‘children of aging parents’. We listen to you every week and enjoy your stories. We share many of the same experiences. Your work is very important, may it long continue.”