While the emotions associated with being an "empty nester" can be painful, it can also be a time of new adventure. Many couples report that they now have the time and the focus to be with each other in a way they never have before. It would be great to hear from those of you who have reconnected with your spouses to fill your nest with a different kind of affection and create a place that their children will enjoy flying back to ... on occasion.
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