Article preview: Loneliness is a big issue in modern society, with various charities tackling this social issue. The act of finishing employment and transitioning into retirement can result in a big void in our lives. No longer working often removes a sense of identity and takes us away from an important routine which leads to social interaction. New research has identified some significant results around how the over-65s feel about loneliness.
How do people feel about loneliness in retirement?
This 659 word blog post shares the findings from new research into feelings of loneliness in retirement and some tips on how to tackle loneliness in later life. Includes a comment from Paula Radcliffe MBE, a brand ambassador for McCarthy and Stone’s #takesone2018 campaign. Written on 18th December 2018.
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