Greenwich author pens book for empty nesters

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Greenwich psychotherapist Wendy Aronsson has published a book of advice for parents on coping once their children go off to college and their home becomes an “empty nest.”

“For the first time in their lives, parents no longer have to shuttle their kids to soccer practice, make cookies for bake sales or spend countless hours doing piles of laundry. While some parents enjoy their freedom, many free-range p

arents face this phase with dread. Licensed psychotherapist Wendy Aronsson’s new book, ‘Refeathering the Empty Nest: Life After the Children Leave,’ provides practical advice on how parents can embrace this new chapter in their lives while building stronger relationships with their young adults.”

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Aronsson, who has a private practice in Greenwich, has consulted with local schools and was an active charter member of the special education section of the Greenwich Parent-Teacher Association.

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