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Which statement best describes the empty nest syndrome? a. Mothers are severely affected in a negative way; fathers are less so. b. Marital stress increases, paradoxically. c. Marital satisfaction increases for men but decreases for women. d. On balance, parents react more positively than negatively.
d. On balance, parents react more positively than negatively.
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Regarding empty nest syndrome, which of the following statements is true? A. Parents who live vicariously through their children are less likely to experience empty nest feelings. B. For most parents, marital satisfaction decreases during the years after child rearing. C. Parents who are heavily invested in their children may suffer from a decline in marital satisfaction after children have left home. D. Marital partners have less time for each other with their children gone.
C. Parents who are heavily invested in their children may suffer from a decline in marital satisfaction after children have left home.
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What is empty nest syndrome? Refilling of the empty nest?
-Empty nest syndrome: a decrease in marital satisfaction after the children leave the home. -For most parents, however, marital satisfaction does not decline after children have left home but rather increases during the years after child rearing (Fingerman & Baker, 2006). With their children gone, marital partners have time to pursue career interests and to spend with each other. A recent study revealed that the transition to an empty nest increased marital satisfaction and this increase was linked to an increase in the quality of time—but not the quantity of time—spent with partners -p.498 -Refilling of the empty nest: a common occurrence as adult children return home after several years of college, after graduating from college, or to save money after taking a full-time job (Merrill, 2009). Young adults also may move in with their parents after an unsuccessful career or a divorce. And some individuals don’t leave home at all until their middle to late twenties because they cannot support themselves fi nancially. Numerous labels have been applied to these young adults who return to their parents’ homes to live, including “boomerang kids” and “B2B” (or Back-to- Bedroom)
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