Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go

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Sandwiched: A Memoir of Holding On and Letting Go

English | 2021 | ISBN: 1631527851 | 253 Pages | EPUB | 8.15 MB

Laurie James spent most of her life wondering what it means tobelong; loneliness dictated the choices she made. She rarely shared this secret with others, however; it was always hidden behind a carefree and can-do attitude.

When she’s in her mid-forties, Laurie’s mother has a heart attack and her husband’s lawyer delivers some shocking news. She suddenly finds herself sandwiched between caring for her parents, managing unruly caregivers, raising four teenage daughters, and trying to understand the choices of the husband she thought she knew.

Laurie’s story is about one woman’s struggle to “do it all” while facing the reality that the “ideal life” and “perfect family” she believed could save her was slowly crumbling beneath her. Laurie tries everything to keep her family together-seeks therapy, practices yoga, rediscovers nature, develops strong female friends, and begins writing-but as she explores the layers of her life and heals her past, she realizes that she’s the only one who can create the life she wants and deserves.
Sandwiched is a memoir about what it means to let go of the life you planned in order to find the life you belong to.


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