Moms Facing the Empty Nest:

Thriving After the Kids Are Gone

A presentation and Q&A

with Midlife Empowerment Coach Hélène Stelian

I worry I’ll never find the kind of fulfillment I felt as a mother.
I’m scared that the best years of my life are behind me.
I wonder: What’s next for me?

Does any of this resonate?

Many of us—especially full-time mothers—will feel a keen sense of loss and longing when our teens leave home. We will question our role and purpose if it’s not to be caregivers to our children. Add to that common midlife struggles with aging parents, relationship problems, health concerns, and identity questions, and it’s no surprise that these middle years are low in happiness.

At this time, it will be critical for us to examine who we are, where we’ve been, and what we want out of our second half. In this talk, we delve into the challenges and opportunities of midlife, and we learn the critical steps we need to take in order not only to survive, but to thrive, in the empty nest.

Join us on Wednesday, June 6, 1-3pm
The Well North Shore
1222 Washington Court, Suite 201, Wilmette IL

Price is $35 per person

Questions? Email me at helene@helenetstelian.com

Hélène Tragos Stelian is a life coach, speaker, and author.
As a Midlife Empowerment Coach, she helps women who are struggling in midlife—who wonder if their best years are behind them and what’s next for them. She shows them how to put themselves first, reclaim their identity, figure out what’s next, and feel excited about their future.
She speaks on many subjects, including purpose, perfectionism, success, and goal-setting.
In her blogs, Purpose Stories and Next Act for Women, she shares inspirational stories of people who have found their life’s calling—and are living it—at any age. She also writes about purpose, midlife, women, parenting, and college for other sites, including the Huffington Post.
Hélène is the author of three books: Moving to College, Finding the Right Colleges for You, and Getting Ready for Baby
Connect with Hélène on LinkedIn, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. And check out her Facebook Group: Empowering Women in Midlife.