Written by SUNRISE SENIOR LIVING
There’s a certain irony about retirement. Now that you have the time for all those back-burner projects and activities, you may have trouble finding people to do them with.
That’s because once you retire it can hard to keep up a network of friends.
Last year, the Stanford Center on Longevity produced research showing that older generations (boomers) are the most likely to be ‘disengaged’ from social networks. Other studies correlate those findings; with the 50+ set most likely to report they feel isolated and lonely.
Isolation and Loneliness are Bad for Health