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Category Archives: sandwich generation
Would you believe it? Yesterday was the official Baby Boomer Recognition Day. As if Boomers need one particular day to be feted. At over 75 million strong, this generation has been in the forefront of the news ever since their beginning in 1946. With the last of the Boomers turning 50 this year, they have now, in fact, all become the AARP generation. As the largest cohort of Americans, Boomers have set the tone for so many of our cultural trends and historical mores. But these days Boomers are facing … Continue reading
Have you thought about how you define yourself, like Sally’s mom or Joe’s boss? The greater your sense of self, the more buffered you’ll be from emotional fallout. In times when you feel most vulnerable, you’ll have other characteristics that can sustain you. Core roles change when your daughter leaves for college or your son gets married, when you lose your job or get a promotion. At those times, what matters most to your wellbeing is the impact on your ideas about who you are. But you don’t have to … Continue reading
Masks of wizened witches with warts remind us that Halloween is around the corner. And their facial expressions reflect the emotions of some women in the Sandwich Generation – upset, misunderstood, frantic. If that happens to be how you feel, now is the time to cast a spell on your own behalf. As your kids grow up and aging your parents grow older, the roles in your family inevitably change. Remember what those relationships were like before the massive shakeup? You used to be the one who set the rules but now … Continue reading
Today’s article by our friend, colleague and guest blogger Carol Orsborn may resonate for many of you. Please feel free to ask her questions in the ‘Reply’ section below the post. Here you go: I received a poignant email from Sally, an old friend who had just stumbled across Fierce with Age, my online Digest of Boomer Wisdom, Inspiration and Spirituality: I turned 65 and instantly became depressed. But seems like you’ve got a handle on this aging thing. How is that you have avoided despair, regret and questions about … Continue reading