If you find yourself caring for elderly parents and children at the same time you may be in the "sandwich generation." Feelings of pressure and stress from all sides may not be uncommon for those caring for an older and a younger generation. Learn how to navigate these complicated waters with this downloadable guide. Let these articles provide you with encouragement and helpful advice from others who find themselves in the "sandwich generation."
A collection of Bible-based articles and resources to use for yourself or with a group of other women.
Table of Contents
IntroductionTotal number of pages - 50 pages
Hard Pressed on Every Side.
by Marian V. Liautaud
How to use “The Sandwich Generation” for a group study.
What Shall We Do With Mother?
Deciding how to care for aging parents.
by Virginia Stem Owens
How to be a parental caregiver and still keep your marriage strong.
by Martha Evans Sparks
Is Caregiving In Your Future?
Questions to ask each other before caring for your aging parents.
by Martha Evans Sparks & Leah Dobkin
Yours? Mine? Or Our Parents?
Deciding whether you can care for Mom and Dad.
by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Getting Your Spouse On The Same Page
How to deal with an unsupportive partner.
by Ginger Kolbaba
How To Do (Almost) Everything
Try these six time-stretching strategies.
by Jeanne Zornes
How Can I Know What’s Best For My Elderly Parents?
Respect their dreams.
From Christian Bible Studies
My kids won’t pitch in. Help!
by Lisa Welchel
BBooks, bible studies, and articles to help you further.
Permission: Make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.