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Is Loneliness an Inevitable Part of Aging?

As we age, social networks change, friends die or move away, our partner or spouse may die or we divorce, neighborhoods change, retirement happens to one or both of a couple, children grow up, we change. All of these and many other “life experiences” can lead to feelings of being alone on the path to old age. Social isolation is defined as having few rewarding and satisfying relationships. Loneliness is a dissatisfaction with the quality of one’s relationships and connections, hence the old saying of “being lonely in a crowd.” Both human conditions can impact health and well being at any age. A University of Chicago study in 2010 showed that adults who feel most isolated report 65 percent

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