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Just as you take care of your family-in-flux, as a Sandwiched Boomer, you also need to nurture yourself. Pay attention to your own needs and work to fulfill them. Practice what you know about being resilient. Recognize how your character strengths support what you do. Integrate your core values and personal ideals into how you view the world. Release tension through laughter and soon you’ll be able to watch yourself begin to bounce back. Honor your body by taking notice of what makes you feel better, both physically and emotionally … Continue reading

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As you pay attention to nurturing you, notice how you feel stronger and better about yourself. This inevitably will lead to your feeling more self confident and deserving. That doesn’t mean there won’t be difficult times ahead – those are the moments when you need to pull from external and internal resources: 1. Reach out to your friends for social support. When you are at a low point is the time to receive rather than give. You have been there for close friends when they needed you in the past; … Continue reading

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