Nov 20, 2017

Finding New Friends After 40

A client, age 45, finds herself without close friendships in the wake of a difficult divorce. "Most of my friends are part of couples that my husband and I hung out with. It's just plain awkward to try to be part of that group anymore." My 70-year-old client is lonely. "Most of the friends I thought I'd grow old with have died," she explained. "I miss them terribly, of course. But I also miss...

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