“They took everything from me that day - my job, my husband, my life. The happiness in our family died the moment that bomb exploded." For the last 20 years Gemma Berezag, 58, has been her husband’s full time carer.  Recovering from a nervous breakdown, she struggles to cope with the daily stresses of providing 24 hour care for Zaoui, 78, who was left severely brain damaged from the explosion.
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 “They took everything from me that day - my job, my husband, my life. The happiness in our family died the moment that bomb exploded." For the last 20 years Gemma Berezag, 58, has been her husband’s full time carer.  Recovering from a nervous breakdown, she struggles to cope with the daily stresses of providing 24 hour care for Zaoui, 78, who was left severely brain damaged from the explosion.
“They took everything from me that day - my job, my husband, my life. The happiness in our family died the moment that bomb exploded." For the last 20 years Gemma Berezag, 58, has been her husband’s full time carer.  Recovering from a nervous breakdown, she struggles to cope with the daily stresses of providing 24 hour care for Zaoui, 78, who was left severely brain damaged from the explosion.
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