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Empty nests, broken hearts

December 18, 2016 | by lheidel | No Comments

UC Observer Article

Natalie was interviewed for the UC Observer article Empty nests, broken hearts” – How today’s ultra-engaged parents suffer when their children take flight by Anne Bokma.

Here’s an excerpt:

“It can crash a lot of people. I see symptoms in parents like deep depression, immobilization and not eating,” says Natalie Caine, a Los Angeles life coach who offers specialized counselling for empty nesters. “People get angry when empty nesters feel sad, and they’ll say things like ‘Why don’t you just go volunteer?’ But their grief is real.”

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