When children move away and coworkers retire, it’s important for older adults to take charge of their social lives and make new friends. Follow these expert tips to expand your social circle.
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Everyone has to make adjustments to their social circle over time. Friends move away, children grow up, coworkers retire. According to Dr. Rebecca Shoda-Meyer, a clinical psychologist who consults to senior living communities, the important thing is to continue to get out and about—even if it means thrusting yourself into a world where you don’t know people.
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