Tag Archives: Male Sandwiched Boomers

Sandwiched Boomers: Our Gift to You

Just for today, please indulge us in a stroll down memory lane. It’s been 10 years since we published our first Stepping Stones newsletter and 5 years that we’ve been blogging here at Nourishing Relationships. Early on we discovered that the Internet was like the Wild West and we joined with other pioneers to build a thriving community. We’ve met some incredible women through our work and want to share narratives they wrote for issues of the newsletter, some dating way back to 2001. Read about joys and struggles of … Continue reading

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Virtual Book Tour: "Irritable Male Syndrome"

Today we are delighted to welcome author and psychotherapist, Dr. Jed Diamond, to our blog for sandwiched boomers. Jed is the author of The Irritable Male Syndrome: Managing the 4 Key Causes of Depression and Aggression. He has been researching this problem for years and has lots of wisdom to share. Now see for yourself: Nourishing Relationships: How did you discover “Irritable Male Syndrome?” Dr. Jed Diamond: When doing the research for my book series on “Male Menopause,” I found that the most common symptoms were irritability and anger. Although … Continue reading

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As Sandwiched Boomers in these challenging economic times, is the commercialism of the holidays getting you down? How would you like to spend less time racking up credit card debt and more time putting heart into your relationships? It is important to honor the tradition of giving. But the accumulation of stuff can’t hold a candle to the gift that matters most. This year, recreate the joy of simpler days by giving the gift of connection to your family and friends. Organize a potluck dinner. Enjoy time with your friends … Continue reading

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For Sandwiched Boomers, the financial debacle precipitated losses on many levels besides the stock market. And with the holidays just around the corner, the crisis in confidence couldn’t have come at a worse time. This week our blog’s focus is on how the gift of connection with family and friends can help reduce holiday stress. Stress is the body’s response to any stimulus – external or internal – perceived as taxing personal resources. Think about what’s going on for you. Does food become your comfort and challenge, eating the cookie … Continue reading

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