If you were born between 1946 to 1964 you’re a baby boomer, and lots of us are senior citizens now too. Our parents lived through the Great Depression and World War II and were keen on giving us a better life. For those of us born in the late 40’s it has been an interesting period of history that we have grown up and old in. Just take a moment to think back on what happened. The 50s – The…

Loneliness and isolation affect people of all ages but senior citizens/elders are particularly affected. From a recent NYT article by US Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy Loneliness and isolation hurt whole communities. Social disconnection is associated with reduced productivity in the workplace, worse performance in school, and diminished civic engagement. When we are less invested in one another, we are more susceptible to polarization and less able to pull together to face the challenges that we cannot solve alone —…