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Coping with Loneliness: A Quiet Epidemic of the Senior Community

Retirement is a complex and bittersweet milestone.

This change is met by many new opportunities and time to develop personal interests. However, when the hustle and bustle of the rest of the world carries on, it’s very common for feelings of loneliness to develop. Even with a supportive network of family and friends, the solitude that accompanies some later in life can be difficult to bare.

This problem seems to be so quietly ignored that people who find themselves in this position find it difficult to seek help.

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Why We Should All Learn to Be Comfortable with Solitude

“The greatest thing in the world is to know how to belong to oneself.”  ― Michel de Montaigne

We spend most of our days in constant contact with other people.

Technology has made us available to others at all times, so even our “alone time” is interrupted by communication from friends and family. While maintaining strong bonds with others is important for our physical and emotional health, there is also something to be gained from the ability to sit alone from time to time.

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Our Aging Market: Conference Discusses How Businesses Can Target the Right Audience

How can we create a prosperous market free of generational bias?

With the continuous development of new technology and the rapid expansion of online marketing, the business industry has taken on a level of complexity that has not been witnessed previously. Millennials are beginning to master the art of digital advertising, companies are branding themselves through social media, and businesses can directly interact with specific audiences in a way that haven’t been able to before.

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