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Nourishing Your Family Relationships Without Starving Yourself.

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Sandra Haymon

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Are you sandwiched between your parents' decline, your career, and your own children and spouse? How do you let go of your role with your parents? How do you change your expectations about what you thought their "Golden Years" would be like? My special guests Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D. and Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. will discuss these very sensitive topics and more. Phyllis and Rosemary will talk about how we can respect our parent's dignity and still encourage them to make necessary life changes.They will also discuss how to care for a parent who never really cared for you. They will discuss ways to get siblings involved in caring for aging parents and how to find inner strength to propel you thru the oftentimes long journey of caregiving, and how to take care of yourself along the way. Phyllis and Rosemary are both relationship experts who focus on the challenges of families in flux. They've developed a practical 4-step model for change, full of strategic tips to improve family relationships. Whether you're coping with stress, acting out teenagers, aging parents, boomerang kids or difficult daughters-in-laws, they have solutions. If you are presently involved in caring for elderly relatives or any other stressful relationships, you will want to be sure to tune in for this episode.

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