Empty Nest Syndrome can lead to depression

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As many of our kids leave home for college, some parents will experience feelings of sadness, grief and loneliness.

And that, often leads to depression.

Counselor Kathy Harrison joins us to talk about coping with the so-called Empty Nest Syndrome.

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