The day has finally come – your child is leaving the nest to start a new chapter of their life. For many parents, seeing their children leave home to start their own lives is bittersweet. On the one hand, there’s a sense of pride and satisfaction in watching them grow up and become independent adults. Yet, there’s an emptiness that can be difficult to fill. This is known as “empty nest syndrome,” and it’s a common experience that affects many parents around the world.
Empty nest syndrome can affect anyone, whether or not you have one child or multiple, and whether you’re a stay-at-home parent or have a full-time career. But the good news is, there are ways to cope with and overcome the feelings of emptiness and loneliness that come with this life transition.
Here we’ll take a closer look at what empty nest syndrome is, what causes it, and how you can cope with it. So if you’re a parent who’s recently experienced this phenomenon or if you’re preparing for it, read on to find out more.
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