Several pieces of research have shown that being a member of the sandwich generation is a major factor to consider when discussing physical, emotional, and financial stressors. As the name suggests, if you belong to this group, you are likely sandwiched between giving care to your parents and children simultaneously. In some other cases, your caregiving duties might extend to other loved ones. This is not an easy feat. If you are not already responsible for the simultaneous care of your parents and children, you are likely to be at a point in your life. According to surveys, more than one-third of people in the sandwich generation reported undergoing some degree of emotional stress. Also, more than one-fifth reported experiencing some form of physical and financial stress. These tips will help you stay ahead of time and get prepared to handle the stress that comes with caring for your parents and kids at the same time. Get Assistance: This might be hard when it comes to the care of your children or if you are the only child of your parents. However, if you have siblings, you can ensure that the entire burden of your parents’ care is not on
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