Overwhelmed and exhausted?

Your phone buzzes.  You look at the screen and your heart sinks.

Is it your dad’s assisted living in Alpharetta calling to tell you he’s fallen?  Is it your mom calling to ask you to run an errand, take her to a doctor’s appointment at Northside? Maybe it’s not a call at all, but one of a zillion reminders of everything you have to do as you manage your mom or dad’s medical conditions, needs, and finances.  And that’s only half of it.  There’s also your own children, relationships, commitments, work, and responsibilities.  How the hell do you handle it all? 


The sandwich generation used to sound appealing.

Sandwiches are good, right? Satisfying and firm exterior, with a delicious and rewarding interior.  Instead you’re stuck in the middle, being pulled in opposite directions with no idea how to hold it all together.  You can’t seem to do anything well.  You feel guilty and worried about your mom or dad, afraid you’re not doing enough, while at the same time forgetting your daughter’s soccer practice or that you meant to mail brownies to your son in college for exams.  You wonder if your kids can start to Uber to/from their activities and totally forget your friend’s birthday. Once upon a time, you could hold all the balls in the air, now they’re falling like raindrops in a thunderstorm.

I can help.  Together we will tackle the practical pieces of helping a parent with senior living, cancer or medical needs, and lessen the emotional weight of your responsibilities giving you the freedom to enjoy and thrive in this stage of life.

If you’re ready to find your life again, feel accomplished with your responsibilities, and leave the guilt behind, email or call/text me at 678-827-2111 for your free 15 minute phone consultation.

As seen in:

SheKnows: Why Guilt is an Unexpected Aspect of Caregiving

New York Times: Strategies for Long-Distance Caregiving

Reader's Digest: 10 Ways to Help Elderly Parents Transition to Assisted Living

HumanGood: Sandwich Generation Caregiving Challenges and Solutions

Minority Nurse: Emotional Rescue: How to Protect Yourself from Stressful Work Experiences

Caring.com: 5 Tips for July 4th Fun with Elderly Loved Ones

Our Parents: Aging Transitions: Dissipating the Anger