Making new friends gets more difficult as we grow older. Retirement, moving to a new city, or the death of a spouse can all lead to feelings of isolation, and the older we are, the fewer friends we tend to have. There comes a point when many of your friends have passed and you might feel all alone, especially if your family live a long way away. Continue reading How to Make New Friends Later in Life→
Some people have either been diagnosed — or have a sneaking, yet undiagnosed suspicion — that they’re living with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), which is more colloquially referred to as the winter blues. Regardless of your age, your lifestyle or your professional career, you could at any point begin to feel less motivated, lack energy and generally feel lower when the nights draw in and the temperature drops. Continue reading The Top 4 Ways to Fight Off the Winter Blues→
It’s easy to throw caution to the wind in your youth and engage in a lifestyle that doesn’t necessarily support healthy aging. But once we reach our golden years, priorities change and a new outlook on life and health begins to emerge.
Mental health and wellness serve as the foundation for every other component of our well-being, including the body, soul, and mind. It has a substantial effect on our emotions, thought processes, and daily behavior patterns. You can read about eight-steps to improve your mental health at This Link, and we’ll be discussing more tips in this article, so please read on.