What to expect after they've gone

Finally, your child is at university.  If you're wondering how you're going to cope, we're here to reassure you. The whirlwind of emotions that you may feel is completely normal!

For them the nervousness will soon evaporate as Freshers/Welcome Week activities and the course get underway. If necessary, advice centres, tutors and counselling services will be on hand to provide help and support.

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Things change

In fact it may well be that you find the transition harder than they do.

Back together soon

Just as you are settling into a new routine, discovering new things to do as family life takes up less time, the Christmas vacation arrives and you are all together again.

Keeping in touch will help

It probably won't be you who is first to get in touch, but keep the contact going as the distractions of term-time mount.

People change

So, however hard you try, the chances are that both of you will behave as though the other hasn't changed a bit.

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