Self-care for the Sandwich Generation

One in eight Americans between the ages of 40 and 60 is a caregiver to one or both of their parents. That already daunting task is compounded by taking care of children and working full-time. For the stressed-out sandwich generation caring for both parents and kids, self-care can seem like a luxury, but putting yourself first once in a while could be just what you need. Read more here. The holiday season can also trigger painful memories of loved ones we’ve lost. For tips on coping with grief, click here.

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