The Psychology Behind Empty Nest Syndrome

The Psychology Behind Empty Nest Syndrome

Sending your kid off to college for the first time is both exciting and terrifying. College pastor and therapist Rhett Smith offers insights to parents navigating the transition.

Empty Nest Syndrome: When Loneliness Invades the Home

Although empty nest syndrome can affect you when your children leave the home, you understand that it’s for their well-being and part of the cycle of life.

Tips for Dealing with Empty Nest Syndrome

Tips for Dealing with Empty Nest Syndrome

You might experience feelings of sadness after your kids grow up and leave home. Here’s how to cope with empty nest syndrome.

The empty nest syndrome is a common form of grief that people often find quite unexpected.  Find useful help and advice on this page . . . .

Chicken Soup for the Soul - Empty Nesters. Great tips for staying connected & saving memorabilia

The Empty Nest: 31 Parents Tell the Truth About Relationships, Love and Freedom After the Kids Fly the Coop

Empty Nest Syndrome - How to Get Past It

I got so emotional just reading this.. made me cry.. :(

I am a mom. My house is always loud and messy and that's ok. Because one day it will be quiet, spotless and lonely.

Are you an introverted empty nester struggling to make friends? Here's an introvert's guide to making friends in midlife to help make things better!


Is your social calendar as empty as your nest? Midlife is a time of incredible transition and, often, that includes changing social circles. As an introvert, things are even tougher!

I know you are an adult now Brandon living your own life...  as you grow up and you don;t need me, I need you more...  sad isn't ?   love you.

How to Respond to the Labels - Intolerant, Judgmental, Hater

If you could count the tears that have rolled down my cheeks.even happy memories bring tears to my eyes because I know that I am missing the rest of your life.

8 Things to Remember on the Lonely Return to Your Empty Nest

8 Things to Remember on the Lonely Return to Your Empty Nest

After you leave your kid at college, the drive home drags on and you begin to dread walking into an empty nest.