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A woman asks why it’s so hard for her to keep friends.
After learning her son plans a permanent move overseas, a grandparent feels a sense of loneliness and loss.
A woman feels in a rut—unable to make friends, even though she is on meds and has seen therapists.
A high school senior worries it’s “too late in the game” for her to make friends.
After separating from a long-time partner, a woman feels friendless.
It’s understandable to feel friendless and lonely after a loss.
If you’re without any friends because you don’t feel friend-worthy, you may need to work on yourself first.
In case you missed the excellent article about elder friendships in today’s New York Times, I think you’ll want to read it.
Wishing everyone health and happiness for the coming year!
The lunchroom can be a very lonely place when you are the “new kid on the block.”
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