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Empty nest syndrome is a general feeling of grief and loneliness parents or guardians may feel when their children leave home to live on their own for the first time.
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Since a young adult moving out their parents ' house is seen as a normal and healthy event, the symptoms of empty nest syndrome often go unrecognized (" Empty Nest Syndrome ," 2010 ).
Adults who are also dealing with other stressful life events such as menopause, death of a spouse, or retirement are more likely to experience empty nest syndrome (" Empty Nest Syndrome ," 2010 ).
Mothers, often the primary caregivers, are more likely than fathers to experience empty nest syndrome (" Empty Nest Syndrome ," 2010 ) though research has shown that some fathers expressed feeling unprepared for the emotional transition accompanied with their child leaving home and guilt over lost opportunities to be more involved in their children's lives before they left home ( Clay, 2003 ).
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He visited the ruins of Babylon and the subterranean secret of Memphis and spent ten years alone in the great southern desert of Arabia — the Roba El Khaliyeh or " Empty Space " of the ancients — and " Dahna " or " Crimson " desert of the modern Arabs, which is held to be inhabited by protective evil spirits and monsters of death.
Alberta is located in the northwestern quadrant of North America, in a region of low population density called the Interior Plains ( and referred to by one author as North America's " Empty Quarter ").
Another hit song associated with McLean ( though never recorded by him ) is " Killing Me Softly with His Song ", which was written about McLean after Lori Lieberman, also a singer / songwriter, saw him singing his composition " Empty Chairs " in concert.
The sultanate is flanked by the Gulf of Oman, the Arabian Sea, and the Rub ' al Khali ( Empty Quarter ) of Saudi Arabia, all of which contributed to Oman's isolation.
In " The Empty Child " ( 2005 ), the Doctor stated that the telephone is not connected to a telephone line, and in Logopolis ( 1981 ), the Master materialised his TARDIS around a normal police box while a police officer was using the telephone, causing the line to go dead.
" The Empty Child " revealed that the cupboard could be opened and the telephone accessed from the exterior, but that this device is non-functional because it is not connected to any telephone lines.
* Resurrection and " Two Marys with Angel near the Empty Tomb ", panel of a diptych, found in Rome, is made.
Numerous plays are put on every year at Eton College ; there is one main theatre, called the Farrer ( Seating 400 ) and 2 Studio theatres, called the Caccia Studio and Empty Space ( Seating 90 and 80 respectively ).
Empty spaces, empty horizons, empty plains-everything which is bare has always greatly impressed me.
Though critics and viewers interpret meaning and mood in these cityscapes, Hopper insisted “ I was more interested in the sunlight on the buildings and on the figures than any symbolism .” As if to prove the point, his late painting Sun in an Empty Room ( 1963 ) is a pure study of sunlight.
Empty molluscan seashells are a sturdy, and usually readily available, " free " resource which is often easily found on beaches, in the intertidal zone, and in the shallow subtidal zone.
The Goddess is thus victorious over Mephistopheles, who had insisted at Faust's death that he would be consigned to " The Eternal Empty ".
* Craig Stark is an actor and filmmaker who has appeared on the TV series Empty Nest, Paradise, and Booker.
" The song they perform is the hit " My World is Empty Without You " by Holland, Dozier, and Holland.
The vast desert wasteland of southern Saudi Arabia known as the " Empty Quarter ", or " Rub ' al Khali " in Arabic, is one of the most desolate places on Earth.
* The Empty Quarter — most of Alaska, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and Colorado from Denver west, as well as the eastern portions of Oregon, California, Washington, all of Alberta and Northern Canada ( including what is now Nunavut ), northern Arizona, parts of New Mexico ( mainly the area controlled by the Navajo Nation ), and British Columbia east of the Coast Ranges.
Empty fuel trucks driving towards the Friendship Gate in Spin Boldak, which is the border crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
An alternate to this mnemonic is " NAVEL " for Nerve, Artery, Vein, Empty Space and Lymph, to include the deep inguinal lymph nodes located medial to the Femoral vein.
Empty de Sitter space is slightly repulsive ; it has a slight natural curvature in the opposite direction of the curvature in spacetime created by a massive object.
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It involves a general concern in generative grammar: determining the nature and distribution of phonetically null but syntactically present entities ( Empty Categories ).
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Although Susan is not mentioned by name, the Doctor says in " Father's Day " that his " whole family " died, and in " The Empty Child " a character remarks he has been a father and grandfather, but no more, and the Ninth Doctor replies " I know the feeling.
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Phoenix made a transition into more adult-oriented roles with Running on Empty ( 1988 ), playing the son of fugitive parents in a well-received performance that earned him an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor nomination, and My Own Private Idaho ( 1991 ), playing a gay hustler in search of his estranged mother.
They face challenges such as establishing a new kind of relationship with their children, having to find other ways to occupy their newly free time, reconnecting with their spouse, and facing lack of sympathy from people who believe that parents should be happy when their children leave home (" Empty Nest Syndrome ," 2010 ).
It is also advised that overwhelmed parents keep a journal, go back to work if they were full-time parents, and give themselves time to adapt to the change in their household (" Empty Nest Syndrome ," 2010 ).