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The Pinoy Sandwich Generation with Anna de Chavez

The Pinoy Sandwich Generation with Anna de Chavez

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talking about the Filipino sandwich generation, according to Pew social trends A sandwich generation is that of middle-aged adults with at least one living parent age sixty-five or older who are either raising a child younger than eighteen or providing financial or material support to a grown-up child who is about eighteen years old or older and talking about what pinoy sandwich will face in real life.

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The discussion centered on the concept of the Filipino “sandwich generation,” as described by Pew Social Trends. This demographic comprises middle-aged adults who find themselves simultaneously supporting aging parents while also providing for their own children, whether they’re minors or young adults. Referred to as the “sandwich generation” due to being “sandwiched” between these caregiving responsibilities, Filipino individuals in this group face unique challenges in real life. These challenges may include balancing financial obligations, managing time between caregiving roles, addressing emotional and physical strain, and navigating cultural expectations surrounding family care. By exploring the realities of the Filipino sandwich generation, the discussion aimed to foster awareness and understanding of the complexities faced by individuals in this demographic, as well as highlight the importance of support systems and resources to assist them in their caregiving roles.

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2021-01-31 to
2021-01-31
 

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2021-01-30
 

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