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Having good friends is not just a “nice to have” – it is essential for our health and emotional well-being, as I discussed in this interview with Suzanne Braun Levine.
The good news is that having a rich social life after 60 is absolutely possible – but, only if we take matters into our own hands!
For all you know, they might be in the same situation as you.
They might be nervous to reach out to you, thinking that you are “too busy” to take their call.
As a result, many women find themselves facing shrinking social circles and needing to make new friends.
In other words, we find a void in our lives and no easy way to fill it.
Do you like spending time with people who share similar beliefs to you?
In our search for companionship, technology is a blessing and a curse.
On the one hand, services like Skype and Facebook allow us to stay connected with friends and family throughout the world.
Despite everything we know about the importance of maintaining social connections as we get older, finding friends after 60 can be a challenge.
As we age, the easy social connections that we enjoyed as schoolmates, parents and colleagues change.
On the other hand, with everyone focused on clicking, it feels like “connecting” has taken on a new, softer meaning.