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How to Survive the Empty Nest Phase: Practical tips for empty nesters to reconnect with yourself, your adult children, and spouse while reigniting you

Pamela Fariole

Being an empty nester doesn't have to be lonely... here's how to rediscover yourself and live a happy and meaningful life.

Are you having a tough time accepting the fact that your child-rearing days are over, and that your adult kid is now ready to live without you?


Are you experiencing depression and feeling like your relationship with your child will start to dwindle as they move out?


Are you wondering about what you can do with the excess of unoccupied time you suddenly have, now that you're done with parenting?


If these feelings resonate with you, you're not alone! Many other empty nesters feel the same way as you do.


Kids become independent when they grow up. It's a fact that every parent has to live with - but don't lose heart!


The empty nest phase is your time to live your life on your own terms and reclaim some independence for yourself.


Having negative feelings at first is normal, but they don't have to last.


This guide is here to help you navigate these tough times and come out stronger and happier, whilst maintaining a close relationship with your adult child.


Inside, you will discover:


    The truth about the empty nest syndrome - know its dangers and how to avoid themPractical strategies to get out of debt so you can adjust well to life as an empty nesterEasy to follow steps to assess your budget, debts, and savings so you can create a solid financial plan and live a decent lifeProven methods to reduce your anxiety and depression the natural wayHow to rediscover and reinvent yourself and make the most of your newfound freedomInsightful guidance to help you let go as your child grows, while still keeping your relationship healthyActive steps you can take to reignite your relationship with your spouse and strengthen your bondHelpful tips declutter and redecorate your home to rekindle joy and cultivate a calm and peaceful environment

And much more!


Being an empty nester is not the end of the world - it's when you can begin living a brand new life.


This book provides self-help tips and strategies for living a fulfilling and happy life, even if you're divorced and living alone. Don't wait until tomorrow before you start rebuilding yourself. After all, you deserve to be happy and fulfilled.


Book Details

  • Publisher: Ideal Book Publishing LLC
  • Publish Date: Apr 14th, 2023
  • Pages: 158
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.37in - 0.46lb
  • EAN: 9798988084600
  • Categories: GeneralGeneral

About the Author

Fariole, Pamela: - Pamela Fariole is a teacher and mother, and the author of How to Survive the Empty Nest Phase.Her work is aimed at parents coming to the end of their journey as caretakers for their children, helping them to adjust to life with an empty nest. Pamela has three grown-up children who all live away from home and are focused on their careers. As a single parent, she found the empty nest phase extremely challenging and struggled with feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, and depression. She had been married for 33 years, and suddenly finding herself in an empty house, she realized she needed to find her purpose in order to rediscover her sense of self and set out on a path toward a happy future.Pamela is a certified teacher, but no longer works in public school, instead tutoring children online. This, alongside her writing, gives her the purpose and financial security she had been seeking. She is determined to help other people in her position find joy as they adjust to a more independent life after their children leave home.Pamela has three grandchildren and a fourth on the way, and loves spending time with them. When she's not with her family, she enjoys spending the weekends with her friends and visiting new places. She loves music, her flower gardens, and good food. She finds joy in the world all around her and is always looking forward to her next adventure.

Praise for this book

Heidi Jones says, "This is wonderful book was written from the heart."


Theresa Wood says, "Currently a new Empty Nester, it's good to know I am not alone."


Judy Skiff says, "So grateful for this book. Definitely one I will always refer back to and recommend to everyone. Beautifully written!"


Liz Carey says, "Pam's writing is easy to read and process. She leaves a lot of food for thought for your brain and heart. Take her tips and suggestions into your life!"


Lee Betts says, "This book is well written and formatted for easy use. The information can be applied for many life events, not just the empty nest. I will recommend this book to my clients."


Kathy Salinger, MS, LCMHC says, " The author covers every aspect you might experience while navigating through this difficult phase of your life. Every topic she covers is reinforced with tips and strategies for success backed up by professional references. The author provides guidance and reassurance every step of the way. It really feels like she's right there with you! I will definitely be recommending this book to my clients. This is a "must read" for those struggling with Empty Next Syndrome."


Chhotte Sherpa says, "This book gives an amazing insight about the empty nest phase of our life which is not often discussed. This phase of life could be scary and depressing at times. This book shares different strategies to cope with the loneliness and invest time and energy in oneself to live a fulfilling life."


Arthur R. Perry says, " Are you an empty nester? If you are or soon will be, this book is loaded with the information you'll need to help you survive and even become a better you. Pam has put her heart and soul into this book and it shows. She has the ability to dig into every nook and cranny and present you with a thoughtful book that will give you the ideas and strength you need to bring your life to a more rewarding level. Remember, you don't know what you don't know! Great job Pam."


Robert says, "I love Pam's writing style, it felt like she was sitting at my kitchen table chatting with me! Although I don't have any children, I know many people who do and I could relate with a lot of this.. It's a great book, and easy read, and I highly recommend it! God bless all of you for being brave enough to have kids, lol!"


Joy Baker says, " Although the author specifically addresses those folks going through the empty nest phase, her well written and sage advice would be equally helpful for anyone going through any difficult transition in their life. Ms. Fariole is like a Guardian Angel lighting the path through the wilderness of change. Do yourself a favor, whether you have children or not, read it if you're going through a tough transition."