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It’s fundamentally the natural order of things – If you have children, you naturally then raise them until they’re able to go through the world on their own (or until they are 18 and move away to college).
It’s tough work, spending nearly two decades or more, teaching them right from wrong, but many parents find that the toughest part of parenthood actually occurs when their children grow up and leave their homes, so to say, leaving parents with the often-dreaded empty nest syndrome.
But what exactly is empty nest syndrome? Is it truly something that can be easily diagnosed; or is it truly just about learning to adjust to a new situation? Read along our article to find out more about empty nest syndrome, and what you can do about it.
What exactly is empty nest…