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How to cope with empty nest syndrome.
Don't know what to do with yourself now that the kids they're -- -- to focus on you for a change.
You'll need discipline new goals time to adjust and loved ones.
Optional a -- and professional help.
Death warrant look at this as the beginning of the new chapter of your life one that allows you to be more self indulgence.
-- -- Resist the urge to cope with your feelings -- nagging her making them feel guilty about leaving don't take advantage of their potential homesickness by suggesting they moved back.
Make yourself your next project those who do handled the transition better than parents -- transfer all your attention to their spouse.
Don't do anything rash in the first few months like sell your house.
Step -- -- back to dreams and goals -- postponed when you became the parents now might be a good time to resurrect them.
Five take up a new hobby -- sports if you're married consider one you can do with your spouse.
Don't panic if you in your -- don't seem to know what to talk about now that the kids are gone this is extremely common and most often temporary.
-- six reconnect with family and friends and especially if you.
If you had given some TLC veterinarians say -- brought the absence of the child is difficult on them tip.
-- seven if you're still feeling extreme sadness after six months consider getting professional help.
Do you know.
According to US census figures one quarter of adults ages 52.
About eighteen million people still -- of their parents.
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