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Empty Nest Directory

The kids are gone and you're alone at last. Now what? Having an empty nest is a time of transition, and for some, a time of emotional distress. Empty nest syndrome is a form of depression that can keep you from reconnecting with your spouse or doing things you enjoy. It's important to enjoy the newfound time doing things that you enjoy, or maybe take that vacation you've been dreaming of. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to cope when you have an empty nest, how to be healthy physically and emotionally, and much more.

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