On a thread called “Why Would Someone Have No Friends?,” a reader commented that she felt lonely and isolated over the holidays. Many people feel that way at this time of year. She wrote: …I don’t have a family. No parents, no siblings. None. My cousins are all over the world, and since we were […]
The holiday season can be depressing if you are feeling lonely or dispirited while everyone else seems joyous and happy.
My friend and colleague Cherie Burbach has just written a new book about friendship, 100 Simple Ways to Have More Friends.
On Grandparents.com, Sheryl Kraft explains some of the more surprising causes of high blood pressure.
No friends or family around? 14 ideas to buoy your spirits and get you over the holiday hump
When we reach midlife, the thought of making new friends can be daunting. One reason why: Unlike women who are going to school, working or parenting, there isn’t a steady pool of people to choose from who are at the same stage of life, doing the same thing at the same time, with many of the same interests.