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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!

5 Ways to Avoid Loneliness in Retirement (#4 is Free and Could Change Your Life)
2 weeks ago

5 Ways to Avoid Loneliness in Retirement (#4 is Free and Could Change Your Life)

Most boomer women have a strong work ethic and derive a great sense of identity from their work. After all, many of us started working when we were 15 and have worked for 45 years, so when work ends, there is often a huge void in our lives. This leaves many of us looking for ways to avoid loneliness in retirement. Read More

5 Ways to Combat Feelings of Loneliness as a Caregiver
2 months ago

5 Ways to Combat Feelings of Loneliness as a Caregiver

Caregivers are usually dependable, persistent, detailed, vigilant – and seemingly tireless. But not many people would characterize caregivers as lonely. Yet as a caregiver, I have experienced many periods of loneliness. Depending on your circumstances, you may feel the same way. Read More

4 Dangers of Being a Single Introvert in Your 60s
3 months ago

4 Dangers of Being a Single Introvert in Your 60s

Being an aging single introvert, I find that I am now more confident in recognizing and stating my need to be alone. At the same time, when I’m in a social setting, I’m also more confident than I used to be – maybe because I have had the time to recharge my inner battery. Read More

6 Ways to Reimagine Your Life After the Empty Nest
3 months ago

6 Ways to Reimagine Your Life After the Empty Nest

By  •  Family

Turning a new chapter as your children leave home can be a powerful moment to claim who you are more fully and explore new horizons for your life! Read More

The Growing Trend of Older Women Living Alone
3 months ago

The Growing Trend of Older Women Living Alone

After a very emotional and fast-moving turn of events, my partner of 18 years was bundled into a car by his concerned daughter, and I watched them drive away, feeling very alone.  Read More

Growing Older Alone? Why Time On Your Own Is Time Well Spent
4 months ago

Growing Older Alone? Why Time On Your Own Is Time Well Spent

By  •  Mindset

There’s no question that having a support system and a sense of community is important as we get older. Face-to-face friendships matter. Study after study report that friendships are vital to longevity, and to our physical and mental health. Read More

6 Ways to Keep Yourself Occupied During Lonely Moments in Your 60s
5 months ago

6 Ways to Keep Yourself Occupied During Lonely Moments in Your 60s

Much has been written about loneliness in recent months – and not just about the elderly who find themselves alone in later life. Read More

How a “Running Away from Home Soirée” Feeds the Soul
5 months ago

How a “Running Away from Home Soirée” Feeds the Soul

By  •  Family

I’ve been busy since my mother passed away three months ago. I have been re-orienting myself to a new status: A Parentless Adult. Read More

Confessions of a Lonely Woman: Overcoming Loneliness Starts with Yourself
6 months ago

Confessions of a Lonely Woman: Overcoming Loneliness Starts with Yourself

A lonely woman. Aren’t these powerful, dare I say, almost ugly words? Conjuring up someone pathetic, perhaps? Someone you probably don’t want to know? Read More

4 Powerful Ways to Succeed When Aging Alone
7 months ago

4 Powerful Ways to Succeed When Aging Alone

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Carol Marak on the issue of aging alone. Read More