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Reach Out: How to cope with the empty nest syndrome

As children grow older and begin leaving the home, it can be difficult to adjust to having fewer or no people in the house.

7th September, 2013
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As children age and begin leaving the home, it can be difficult to adjust to having fewer or no people in the house. It can be challenging when your experience of being at home goes from bustling and busy to near silence.

Although empty nest syndrome is not an official illness or diagnosis that can be given, it is a sensation or event that most parents can identify with as their children age. It is...

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