The empty nest years don’t have to be filled with longing for the good ol’ days with the kids. By adding some effort, the two of you can thrive together.
Many options are open to couples whose kids have moved out. Here are some tips on how to use time wisely during the empty-nest years.
Cal and Terrie Morrow thought they were done raising children — until they met Abbey.
With every major life change, couples have to re-invent their relationship. The empty-nest season can usher in emotionally charged situations and major lifestyle adjustments.
When it is time for your child to leave home, goodbyes are never easy.
Your son or daughter may have left home, but don’t forget that once a parent, always a parent.
Letting go wasn’t easy for Phil and Cheri Straw. It became even harder when their college-bound daughter changed career plans.
Feeling overwhelmed by your new parenting role? Sifting through your mixed emotions might reveal some practical answers.
Our culture may worship youth and beauty, but the Bible reminds us that physical beauty is not what matters. Women in midlife can reject negativity and learn to make peace with the aging process