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How to cope when college-age kids come home for the holiday

Three short months ago, you dropped off your firstborn at college. You were excited for him or her, perhaps a little envious of this new adventure and anxious about how the new student would do facing all the trials ahead.

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Empty Nester Laurie Stone

Empty nests and diva dens: When a child leaves home

You think you’ll feel one way about something, but end up feeling another. My oldest son, Patrick, moved out recently. I expected to feel easy-going about it, ready.

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Life in the empty nest: 4 survival tips for parents

Tens of thousands of parents of new college freshmen will experience something new in the next few weeks: silence.

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Are parents forfeiting retirement security to support adult kids?

Unlike previous generations, Kenefick said, young adults today take longer to be up and running on their own.

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From empty nest to full house

Even better, there are plenty of uninterrupted Cialis moments bringing spontaneity back into our lives. My husband and I are rediscovering each other after more than 30 years of marriage, and suddenly it’s 1984 all over again.

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Adult children living with parents on rise

Christy Landrigan, of Fort Wayne, belongs to a growing number of adults who have moved back in with their parents. Adult children living at home climbed from 19 percent to 22 percent in Allen County between 2000 and 2010, according to recently released census figures.

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