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Natalie Caine is the founder of <a href="http://www.emptynestsupport.com" target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>Empty Nest Support Services</b></a>. The Empty Nest Support Services helps anticipating empty nesters and empty-nest families through the joys and challenges of a new life chapter. Natalie is thrilled to work with people all over the country to handle this transition. She never imagined this passion would lead to speaking engagements, consulting, teaching others how to facilitate support groups, and a popular website, www.emptynestsupport.com , which features articles, teleseminars, blogs, newsletters, a story of the month, an art gallery, a lively free forum, and Let’s Shop gifts for empty nesters. (Natalie’s interview with “Lifetime Radio Station for Women” is also available on the site.) <br><br> In 1972, Natalie received a master’s degree and board of medical examiner’s license in speech and language therapy. After 15 years of offering therapy and workshops to the Los Angeles Unified School District, she opened a private practice to serve her community. Since the early 80s, Natalie has created and facilitated women’s support groups dealing with marriage, divorce, parenting, dating, illness, loss, and helping people fulfill their dreams and goals. <br><br> For more information, please visit <a href="http://www.emptynestsupport.com" target="_blank" style="color:#c08434;"><b>www.emptynestsupport.com</b></a>

Stories by Empty Nest Support

We all know the day is coming, whether that day is the beginning of empty nest or the day our adult children are home for a visit and then leave. Is...
Welcome to a new year. Women are searching for new meaning now that their parental roles are changing. What do you need? What are...
Feel your feet on the ground. Softly look at your children. Breathe, listen, and feel. Wait, respond, don’t prejudge what they are saying, don...
Parents are making shopping lists from special recipes and re-arranging colors in the house for the holidays. Children will come back from college,...
“To change one’s life: Start immediately. Do it flamboyantly. No exceptions.”—William James Doesn’t that quotation...
When life isn’t going our way or we are sitting in sadness, we don’t easily let others know. Empty nesters don’t like letting...
During a phone consultation Sharon, mom of a junior in college, told me she is torturing herself because she feels so needy. She wants her son to...
Well, her birthday passed and to be honest it was a little sad. No decorations at home, no favorite dinner for her, no being together to make...
I am an empty nester who loves being a mom. I don’t love my career anymore, and now I have to figure out, “What do I want to be when I...
Here is a quick list that empty-nesters can review for themselves as a way to bring happiness when adjusting to an empty nest. 1. Have someone to...
My husband, my girlfriends, and I, have all talked about the adjustment to the “kids being back in the house.” There are the common...
I use to be the preferred one for my children and I miss that feeling. But, what was I thinking...that they would stay attached to me forever...ah...