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How to Deal with Loneliness

If you want to know how to deal with loneliness and depression, we’re here to help. After talking with 1000s of women in the community, we have developed a series of articles designed to help you find friends who share your interests. We hope you find them useful!

Retirement: Are You Ready for A Solo Act?
3 weeks ago

Retirement: Are You Ready for A Solo Act?

Most women in their 60s are headed for a solo future. Are you prepared for yours?

Millions of Americans are finding themselves on their own as they head toward retirement. Some are solo by circumstance, others by choice. Baby Boomers – all of them – are driving new trends in housing, work, caretaking and traveling while also redefining what it means to be part of a community. Read More

Choosing How to Live After 60: Alone, Lonely or Lonesome
3 weeks ago

Choosing How to Live After 60: Alone, Lonely or Lonesome

By  •  Lifestyle

Alone – without others present

Lonely – solitary, companionless, isolated

Lonesome – feeling lonely or forlorn

Why do so many women feel alone, lonely and lonesome? Could it possibly have something to do with choice? Is there a simple explanation that could turn these sad, often heartbreaking feelings around? Could we reverse being lonely and lonesome without involving other people, professionals, friends or family? Is it possible? Is it a choice? Read More

In Your 60s and Solo? Embrace It! Being Single Over 60 is Trendy!
2 months ago

In Your 60s and Solo? Embrace It! Being Single Over 60 is Trendy!

Are you in your 60s and single? Whether you find yourself solo by choice or by chance, embrace your independence! You’re certainly not alone. Read More

How to Celebrate When You Are Alone for the Holidays
2 months ago

How to Celebrate When You Are Alone for the Holidays

I hope you noticed that I didn’t title this article, “How to Survive the Holidays, Alone.”

No! This is about making sure to celebrate the holidays if you are alone. Read More

How to Fight the Feeling of Being Alone During the Holidays (Video)
2 months ago

How to Fight the Feeling of Being Alone During the Holidays (Video)

By  •  Lifestyle

Living solo is more common than most of us want to admit.

Over 25 percent of people over the age of 65 live alone in the United States and the statistic grows throughout the world. And in some U.S cities, the numbers swell to over 40 percent. Read More

Has Social Isolation Snuck Up on You? Here Are 6 Ways to Reconnect with People
3 months ago

Has Social Isolation Snuck Up on You? Here Are 6 Ways to Reconnect with People

Isolation sneaks up on ya! Has it snuck up on you too?

I had been building my business as an “Influencer” for over 35 years and this year decided to do something differently. However, disconnecting from that business network for a different focus caught me with a sideline surprise. Read More

How to Look Forward to the Holidays When You Are Divorced Over 50
3 months ago

How to Look Forward to the Holidays When You Are Divorced Over 50

The holidays are coming. The falling snow, ringing of sleigh bells, and smells of turkey and pumpkin pie can conjure memories of family and togetherness. Read More

Feeling Despair, Fear or Worry After 60? You Are Not Alone!
4 months ago

Feeling Despair, Fear or Worry After 60? You Are Not Alone!

At over sixty, we have learned to be optimists. Look on the bright side. Whistle a happy tune. Be very grateful for the good in our lives. When we feel down, we distract ourselves. Read More

4 Things Most People Don’t Get About Loneliness After 50
4 months ago

4 Things Most People Don’t Get About Loneliness After 50

By  •  Lifestyle

“But you will cease to feel isolated when you recognize, for example, that you do not have a sensation of the sky: you are that sensation. For all purposes of feeling, your sensation of the sky is the sky, and there is no ‘you’ apart from what you sense, feel, and know.” – Alan Watts, The Wisdom of Insecurity Read More

Susan Sarandon Says that Being Alone is Traumatic and Exhilarating… Do you Agree?
4 months ago

Susan Sarandon Says that Being Alone is Traumatic and Exhilarating… Do you Agree?

I’ve been single for well over a decade now. Like most older women who have gone through a divorce, I have a bit of a love / hate relationship with being single.

80% of the time, I am able to celebrate my independence. I genuinely appreciate having the freedom to pursue my passions without compromise. I even love getting up in the morning and being able to eat breakfast whenever I want and with whomever I want. Does any of this sound familiar? Read More