Category Archives: Sandwich Generation

’57 at 57

My mom had her first baby in 1957, the peak of the boom.  Since day one, I could take for granted that whatever was happening to me was going to be interesting or at least familiar to multitudes.   And as … Continue reading



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Needing Our Mothers At Mid-Life

For those of you who are midlife moms to little kids, you might want to skip this blog because I’ve got another dose of reality to toss your way and I know you’ve already got enough on your plate. If … Continue reading



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The Caregiver’s Club

Recently I read Michael Wolff’s New York article “Mother I Love You” (May 2012) and found myself nodding to every other experience he had penned about his involvement with an aging and terminally ill parent. Two years ago I would … Continue reading



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