Natalie Caine, MA, shares wisdom, tips, and comfort to singles, couples, and adult children across the country, as they deal with challenging life transitions, including the "empty nest" when children leave home to begin lives on their own.
She has been featured in Time, USA Today, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, Better Homes and Gardens, the Associated Press, and the Miami Herald.
She teaches at resorts, retreat centers, and spas, as well in cities, on topics that include individual reinvention, divorce, blending families, retirement, grandparenting, remarriage, illness, loss, longevity, caretaking, and mentoring.
When her daughter was a senior in high school, she realized that as a soon-to-be “empty nester,” she would be undergoing a major life shift. Not wanting to confront this transition alone nor have her many friends face this situation without strong support, she created a support services group, Empty Nest Support Services, which quickly grew into a new career and a full-time business.