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If your kids have left home and you're feeling uncertain about this new phase, Barbara Rainey and Susan Yates can be the friends you need to walk you through as you find new joy and new purpose in your life. Speaking with wisdom from their experiences of having been through phase, they share their stories and those of other women as you walk forward through this new journey. Revised & Updated.
Number of Pages: 244
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
The Empty Nest: Finding Hope in Your Changing Job DescriptionElyse FitzpatrickNew Growth Press / 2012 / Trade Paperback$3.99 Retail:2 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Preparing, Adjusting, and Loving the Empty Nest: A Companion to Empty Nest, What's Next?Michele HoweHendrickson Publishers / 2017 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
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Many women approaching their empty-nest years do so with mixed emotions--feeling grief for what is no more but also excitement for what lies ahead. Barbara Rainey and Susan Yates are seasoned empty nesters, and they know firsthand the ups and downs, the uncertainty and challenges that accompany this new stage of life.
Although Mom is a lifelong role, the job description changes significantly when the kids are grown. Questions abound: Who am I now? How do I relate to my kids? How will my marriage be affected? Where am I needed? Every woman in this stage needs to determine her own redefined role as wife, mother, friend, and more. Offering practical advice and biblical guidance, along with inspiring personal stories of women who have discovered how to live a meaningful life during the "second half," Barbara and Susan help you work out how to flourish and thrive in your own empty nests.
Susan Yates is the author of several books and is a regular guest on FamilyLife Today and other national radio programs. She and her husband, John, are popular speakers at marriage and parenting conferences and live in Virginia.