Many parents say they are left with overwhelming feelings of grief when their children leave home. As more teenagers head off to university, what can be done to cope and even thrive when you get the house back to yourself?
Signs of seasonal migration are everywhere in the university town where I live: double-parked cars, warning lights flashing, occupants emptying jam-packed boots; bright flocks of Ikea bags, plump with pillows, extension leads trailing. Later in the day there’s another migratory wave: pink-eyed
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