LifeStories: Create.Preserve.Share

What's your story? hands holding an open book background messageSome people find that their need to document, trace and understand family history increases with age. Do you have a story to tell?

Are you ... interested in sharing recollections with younger generations? ... capturing life's details in a valuable written document? ... understanding your relationship with past family generations?  

Do you ... want to leave something behind for children and grandchildren? ... uncover the meaning of challenging life experiences? ... make sense of major changes to your life circumstances?

Memories are precious: create and preserve a valuable document on your recollections and experiences for present or future generations.

Next steps

- Get to know your interview-conversation partner Nicola Hanefeld

- Read how LifeStories works and what you can expect during an interview-conversation

- Read about costs and organisation

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Everyone is always teaching one what to do, leaving us still doing the things we shouldn’t do.

F.M. Alexander

Just as you have the impulse to do something, stop.

Early Zen scripture

Change involves carrying out an activity against the habit of life.

F.M. Alexander

Practice non-doing, and everything will fall into place.


You translate everything, whether physical, mental or spiritual, into muscular tension.

F.M. Alexander