Members of the Sandwich Generation have a lot on their plates. And if you’re single, you’re likely handling the challenges of parents growing older and children growing up by yourself. At times, this can be overwhelming. Is it even more difficult for you when certain days like February 14th roll around?
Valentines Day is a romantic time for couples – a special day to express love. But it can also put pressure on people who, every other day of the year, are perfectly fine with their single status. Are you one of the millions of singles who is lonely on this day? Feeling alienated or insecure may leave you depressed – and worried that you don’t have the energy or motivation to do what is in your best interests.
But you don’t have to react like that. Although you can’t control whether or not you have a romantic attachment at this time, you can control how you handle Valentines Day. Log on all week – we’ll be sharing tips that can help you put this one day a year in perspective and take your stress level down a notch.
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