Empty Nest Syndrome Only Lasts About Three Months

Did your sweet 18-year-old child go away to college this year, and you’re wondering if the DEEP PAINS of empty nest syndrome will ever go away?  Spoiler alert:  They will . . . and soon.



A new study found the average parent gets over empty nest syndrome at three months and 14 days.  That should be right around Thanksgiving, when they come home and you realize you’re only sort of happy to see them.



So what do parents do once they’ve adjusted to the empty nest life?  The top three things are:  More traveling . . . setting up a home gym . . . and MORE SEX.