Recommended resources to help with the “Empty Nest” feeling

 

The Empty Nest Chronicles: How to Have Fun (and Stop Annoying Your Spouse) After the Kids Move Out    Happy Place

–      by Jerry Zezima 

This is for parents who miss their kids but now have a chance to rediscover each other, to recall what life was like BC (before children!). A funny and personal look at one man’s empty nest and the effect this had on his marriage and his life in general.

Spousense: A funny and personal look at one man’s empty nest and the effect this had on his marriage and his life in general. Points out the common issues we all face and pokes fun at his attempts to address these.

Empty Nesting: Reinventing your Marriage when the kids leave home. Empty Nesting

–     by David Arp, Claudia Arp, Scott Stanley, Howard Markman and  Susan Blumberg

This book is for all those couples wanting to build, keep, or return to a great relationship. Aimed at baby boomers and great to read before the nest is empty to help prepare yourself for the second half of your marriage.

Spousense:  With the divorce rate spiralling up for couples with 30 years of marriage behind them, this is a good read for those looking to build their relationship after the kids flee the nest. Enter into the next stage of your marriage and lay the foundations for a positive new start to this new phase in your lives.

 

Barbara and Susan’s Guide to the Empty Nest: Discovering New Purpose, Passion, & Your Next Great Adventure  Guide to the Empty Nest

–     by Barbara Rainey, Susan Yates.

You may be done with rearing your kids, but there’s still a lot of life left in you. Yet you may not know what to pursue or how to discover what’s next. Barbara and Susan will guide you to answers, and together you’ll discover a new purpose and passion for your next life adventure.

 

Spousense:  As one chapter ends another one begins. This book shares thoughts on the empty nest and how to embrace a new beginning for your marriage.

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