Family Relationships

Join other women in the sandwich generation - share ideas and solutions as you learn to nourish family relationships without starving yourself.

Friday, September 29, 2006

In response to our News Flash we've received several emails from women - caring for ill parents, frustrated by their grown children who only call when they need a favor, challenged by relationships with new daughters-in-law. We recognize that many of you are new to blogging. In fact, we are in the midst of our own learning curve. We encourage you to get familiar with the process and add your comments directly.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

We are now enrolling women in the Los Angeles area in workshops for the Sandwich Generation. Topics include "Two Cheers for the Empty Nest," "Guess Who's Parenting Aging Parents, " "Together Again, for the First Time."

We are looking for your comments about the relationship issues you are facing and how you are handling your family in flux.

Please contact us if you are interested in participating in our workshops.

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Some terrific websites -, and - have recently published our latest article for Baby Boomers in the Sandwich Generation:

"How to Launch Your Boomerang Kidult"
Please take some time to read the article and let us know what resonates for you. When and how do you think it works for an adult child to return to the nest?
Use our links to visit these sites - then come back and share your thoughts about the interesting information you discover there.

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Welcome to Nourishing Relationships, the Blog for Baby Boomer women of the Sandwich Generation. Here you can congregate, in vitual time, to talk about your concerns, gain support and find solutions - in short, to create a healthier sandwich. As you deal with the complexities of your family in flux, share your ideas about how to nourish both your family relationships and yourself. Visit our website, for information, support and direction as we partner with you in facing these midlife challenges.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

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