Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

How’s life in an empty nest?



You have raised the children to go out into the world and be independent.  Now the home is quiet.  No need to stay up late and wait for the kids to come home safely.  No need to wake up early and fix breakfast before school.  Being empty-nesters can be an exciting phase of life or it can be an adjustment that seems lonely and almost unbearable.  Maybe you and your spouse have longed for this time or maybe you have dreaded it.  Where are you in this stage of life?  Let’s talk about it…Call in at 1-800-585-9396.



2 thoughts on “How’s life in an empty nest?

  1. In reference to those parents whose sons have distanced themselves from the church and their parents: Suggest that the parents fill that void with helping other young couples in the parish that may not have their own parents close geographically or close personally… pray that the Holy Spirit put that couple in your path.


  2. For a “non-custodial parent” with “visitation” the emptiness is always but especially when the child is around 14 years old and says; “I’d rather hang out with my friends on the weekends now instead of visiting you.” Please pray for an end to this single parent culture that has developed. Please pray for holy catholic families and when the children leave mom and dad they raise holy catholic families every generation and in this, that each generation of parents will find peace and not emptiness when the children leave home.


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