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Systemic issue. We need to also get back to a society where people are encouraged to co habituate as they start to age. I see it in my neighbourhood where elderly residents live alone in homes that are large and mainly unoccupied. From social to economical, it just makes sense on so many levels. Great to create a matchmaking service for this, which allows for a no obligation test period, testing for compatibility, and legal assurances.
In the old country we knew that people were lonely. We were taught to knock on a door and leave a fish with a note. Sometimes we would place a photo with our address so that they could contact us. Wilhelm my 90 year old neighbor became a close friend and would leave a homemade fish pastry at my home. This is how we did it.
get a dog. best thing that ever happened to this ole hermit.
i still hate people and a week going by without interaction
still sounds like heaven on earth, but even i know too
much of a good thing ain’t a good thing…
I’m not even a senior and I routinely go weeks without any social contact. It’s worse for older folks but it’s a problem all over.
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