She hopes that the group will include not just widows, but also women dealing with menopause, the empty-nest syndrome
or the death of a parent.
Depression affects up to one third of women at this stage of life, and this research makes it harder to say that the mood disorder is related solely to life circumstances like empty-nest syndrome
or stress," says Hadine Joffe, MD, MSc, Director of Endochrine Studies at Massachusetts General Hospital's Perinatal and Reproductive Psychiatry Clinical Research Program.
The most common types often occur with greatest frequency at a time in life when women are experiencing such life stressors as menopause, empty-nest syndrome
and the aging of parents.
Perhaps I'm indulging in premature empty-nest syndrome
Even "after Matthew's death, Shepard says Logan's departure for college did not trigger a case of empty-nest syndrome
After her daughter moved to Florida, Chaffee said she suffered from empty-nest syndrome
SAN DIEGO -- You've packed and shipped the kids off to college and now you're suffering from empty-nest syndrome
I'm suffering empty-nest syndrome
now that my 20-year-old student niece Leo has flown back to college in France.
Scheuer, a professional illustrator for more than 20 years, adopted Lucy and three other chicks - which she said she selected to be colorful lawn ornaments - as her own pre-emptive empty-nest syndrome
when her daughter, now 16, became a teenager.
Dear Coleen, THE last of my three kids has left home and I think I'm suffering from empty-nest syndrome
It's enough to send a shudder through the heart of any parent, and not just because of empty-nest syndrome
There's the divorced business executive figuring out how to date again (Vickie Daignault), the devoted mother and wife dealing with empty-nest syndrome
(Rosalyn Rahn Kerins) and other vague but easily identifiable figures taking on life as all women do or will eventually know it.
Now that Jimmy Clausen has graduated early from Oaks Christian and moved on to Notre Dame, making him the third Clausen quarterback to go Division I, you can't blame their mother, Cathy, for experiencing a bit of the empty-nest syndrome
Her condition is thought to have been sparked by the girls leaving home and, although just the night before she went missing she and David had travelled south to bring Emma home from university for Christmas, Wendy's empty-nest syndrome
had left the devoted mother feeling very low.