College Grads Thinking of Moving Home
Empty Nesters and their chicks are sitting on a fence. No one really knows what will happen in regards to the job market or how long they will fluff their nest, again.
It is not looking good for some grads and for others; they are living their dream launch of the paycheck. They might have four roomies, but they aren\’t coming home.
Key, as you know, is to communicate feelings and thoughts:
Some families can set up work spaces for their children outside since it is better weather. Screens to separate rooms, helps. Thrift stores for filling in a table, lamp, etc.
Don\’t sweat the small stuff. There are two sides to every joy and challenge. What are yours in this situation? Good news is….. Challenging part is…..? Chat with yourself before others.
- Love wins and resentment still emerges.
- Know who you are and aren\’t.
- Know who they are and aren\’t.
- They aren\’t you.
You don\’t have to solve the problems immediately or have a solid plan worked out. Life is complex and we forget that. We like to manage and get jobs off our list. This is a life style and needs time to be lived.
What works for me, is being good to myself, and being a role model I respect. I lose it. I get angry and disappointed and I know how TO RECOVER.
Wishing you tolerance, fun, and respect on this new journey,
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