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August 08, 2012

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I definitely agree with the steps you've mentioned here, Lisa.

Sometimes we're good at taking care of others, but when it comes to us it’s almost we’re martyrs. We also need to take care of ourselves in order to provide help for other.


As early as possible, consider typical sandwich generation issues. Initiate discussions with your parents about how they want to live, whether they have long term care insurance, what kind of health care and lifesaving measures are desired, and who should make legal and medical decisions for them if they are no longer able to handle their own affairs.

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