students en Coping with empty nest syndrome <p>Leaving home for the first time can be very stressful on a child. Whether they are moving away to college or relocating for a job, the process is one of change and readjustment. But the parents who raised that child often have an even more difficult time adjusting -- resulting in what is known as empty nest syndrome.</p><p>This week on <em>Take Care</em>, <a href="">Kimberly Key</a> talks about why empty nest syndrome develops, and how it can be used as a motivator to positively turn someone&rsquo;s life around. Key is a psychotherapist and a nationally certified counselor who specializes in holistic human development and the founder of Encompass Work &amp; Family, which helps people evolve through life&rsquo;s stages.</p><p><strong>Click &#39;Read More&#39; to hear our interview with Kimberly Key.</strong></p><p> Sun, 06 Oct 2013 23:00:00 +0000 Take Care Staff 45105 at Coping with empty nest syndrome SUNY Oswego is ready to Rock the Vote <p>The youth vote famously played a large role in Barack Obama’s victory in 2008, but one of the big questions of this year’s election is how young voter turnout will compare with that of the previous election. This year, SUNY Oswego is playing its part in helping students register to vote. Wed, 12 Sep 2012 21:35:21 +0000 Bethany Palmer 25877 at SUNY Oswego is ready to Rock the Vote