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Younger people have made living alone a choice; in the under demographic, 15 million live alone and many are actively choosing single lives, at the same time proving that the old equation between living alone and being unhappy no longer holds true.

Younger singles are just as happy and healthy as younger people in committed relationships. But what about the 11 million seniors who are leading single lives? According to researchers, many older singles are not doing so well. As we age, many of us start worrying what living alone will be like. What if I feel lonely and isolated? We worry about maintaining social connections if we lose mobility. Should advancing age cause people like me who are single to rethink our status? Is it time to find a partner?

Sixty-two percent of those who reported being lonely were married. Maybe what we need as we plan for old age is to expand our social connections and interactions — not look for a husband. We long for meaningful relationships and social connections. There are other ways to connect and grow our social circles, too. Some websites offer forums and chat rooms that encourage users to interact with others. Online friendships can supplement real life relationships.

We can maintain our independent lifestyles as we age and build strong social connections at the same time. You may be interested in the results of an Older Bloggers Survey—I was. The friendships and social life in the world of older bloggers was their second most important reason for blogging, and was mentioned again and again in their comments. They may be virtual friendships but they are powerful and positive.

Older people like myself seem to find blogging far more comfortable than other social media networks such as those on Facebook or Twitter or Pinterest. All the lonely people. I need a new city or town to live out my senior years.

Los Angeles and all California are too expensive for me now, even though I was born and raised here. I will have to leave all the past I know and start over. Are you living somewhere you love that is welcoming to new comers who are no longer young? Any suggestions for me? Affordable and low crime.

However, for now exploring the DE shore areas and want to meet fellow unlimited life extensionists there or considering spending any future time there.

Hi I live alone in Portland , I moved here a year ago to be close to my son who promptly moved away. I have no one and I do get very lonely. My dog died 4 months ago, I keep busy but there are times when I just long for company. Im 73 and being old happened so fast Yvonne. Moved out of NYC after retiring 5 yrs ago. I live in Fayetteville NC now. Worked as a teacher for 31 years and I am a single Mom. Obviously my child is now at an age of impending independence, so I have been on the lonely side of things.

Definitely not looking for marriage! But I still like to vacation, go out, etc. I have online friends, but nothing replaces being able to actually be with someone and hear their voice and look into their eyes, and have a good laugh together.

I feel pathetic at times because loneliness strikes randomly. So how do I meet people? We had been married for 46 years.

Everything I need to do is overwhelmingly difficult because I too struggle with a chronic back problem. Hope you will maybe talk to me again. I enjoy reading and talking on phone to friends and going out as much as I am able. I hope we can speak again Ann. My husband left and lives with another woman. I seem to have so much in common with Debbie and you. It would be nice to speak. My grown children moved out of state.

Donna, not sure what you mean about trying to get out of here. Hi Ann Garrard and everyone! Hope you all are hanging in there. I too am very disabled from a orthopedic spine problem. It may be able to help with our back and many other problems with aging. So the anti aging may help children and the unborn.

I would love to talk. My husband has a poor diagnosis and I am afraid I too will be alone soon. I am 64 and struggle with back problems and a scoliosis also. I would like to meet someone and get married again but I find men do not want to marry again. Anyone have any ideas I live in WI…. Hi, I am 73 years old and am divorced after 28 years being marriage. I lost a lot due to divorce and getting ripped off by contractors who were supposed to fix a home I purchased.

He got most of our things. I am now living in the state I was divorced in, which is the same state we were married in. I left him and filed for divorce five years ago.

I am now regretting the divorce. I have no family for friends here, I have only been back here for one month. I am so lonely I can hardly stand it. I live in Henderson Nevada and need to find some sort of help. Maybe a good friend also. Anyone have any ideas? I am sure you had good reasons at the time. Being alone at an older age is hard well after a divorce it is hard at any age.

I think sometimes it is easier to look back at the relationship and try to gleam something good in it than to hope for the possibility of a good relationship in the future. Being an older women is not for the weak. With the ratio of women to men being uneven as we age I think we have the right to be concerned but not necessarily hopeless. There is a site called Meetup. It is not a singles site but an interest site where people can get together and do things like movies, crafting whatever.

There is not cost to sign up other than what the event might cost. They have groups all over the world. I go to a couple different groups.

I have no one plus I never learned to drive so I go out once a month to get meds and food! I am looking for friends to talk to and smile with I have not smiled in years. Ex with another woman. But with her work I get left far behind. I have serious back pain and frontal lobe brain atrophy. I am purely miserable. Hardly can go out much. Guess all I have is God. Hi, I am sorry for the loss of your husband. My mama never got a license until her hubby passed, she got car and licenses after And I see the jaws of life cutting me out of the car.

I need someone like you in my life! I need a friend! I have been divorced for many years. I have tried different dating sites, but nothing has worked out for me. I have 2 children, but do not see them often — though they live in the state.

I live on Long Island.


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The stable of guides include barristers, physicians, professors, authors, historians and archaeologists--folks who actually know a bit about what they are talking about. This particular company use actors and professional people to orate. I have done a different one each time I am in London. We spent a considerable part of the walk laughing as Angela was such a witty, entertaining guide who delivered her anecdotes with perfect timing. I spent many years working in London and now regularly visit but the beautiful 'old village' part of Kensington with its eye-wateringingly expensive houses was unfamiliar to me and it was fascinating to learn so much about its history.

I've already recommended this walk to family and friends and would happily join them and do it again next year. Adam was our guide and he delighted us all with his humor, his knowledge and his obvious affection for the city. Questions are encouraged and duly answered. And quirky bits of history make Kensington come alive as the small neighborhood you'd long to be part of. As our schedule did not allow time for another tour, it will be first on our to-do list next time we land in London and it should be on your list as well.

It is a lovely way to spend a couple of hours learning the history of one corner of London. Knowledgeable, entertaining and loud enough to be heard by all.

The reason you should do one of these walks early on your London trip? You will want to do another! This time we did the Old Kensington walk. It did not sound as dramatic as some of the other walks, but it was breathtaking. From meeting up at High Street Kensington tube station and all the rush there, within minutes we were transported back years into a quiet and peaceful area.

Lots of history, interesting insights into how the area developed, how housing styles developed, famous people who lived there, secret gardens both at ground level and higher, stables conversations into shops and houses, even stables on the 1st floor. The church we went into was so quiet and the size of a cathedral, the history outside equally as interesting. At the end of the walk, we retraced our steps on our own to take it all in - but it needs the expert to bring out all the interesting details.

We stopped at one of the recommended eating places mentioned by the guide — very good. Be sure to ask Adam or David for a toothsome recommendation or two if you're feeling peckish after the walk.

Paul's Tube, exit 2 Map. The City of the Gallows. And the city of beheadings, whippings and brandings. Of hanging, drawing and quartering. Of bodies of the executed delivered to Surgeons Hall for dissection or else hung in chains. Of hundreds of capital offences. Of the house of the rack and gyves. Of lairs of vice. Of pillories, pressing with heavy weights, suffocating dungeons and jail fever that killed countless prisoners and four out of six judges on the bench.

Of prisoners awaiting trial with no legal claim to food. Of vicious torture and punishments both cruel and unusual. Of the cauldron for the carriage, and, all too often, miscarriage of justice in England.

Of Londoners going on with their daily life not a stone's throw away from shocking scenes of slaughter. There are, to this day, visible traces — horrifying traces — of that London. And since it all comes down to the guiding this one's guided by specialists. Brian has a legal background and a Law degree. And Richard III has an illegal background a charge sheet as long as your arm, a charge sheet to be proud of.

Very near to three Tube stops: Paul's, Farringdon, and Barbican. The meeting point is just outside exit 2 of St. Gaol deliveries were rare, and the boon of arraignment and fair trial was strangely and unjustly withheld, while even those acquitted in open court were often haled back to prison because they were unable to discharge the gaoler's illegal fees Light scarcely penetrated their dark and loathsome dungeons; no breath of fresh air sweetened the fetid atmosphere they breathed The only principle of classification was a prisoner's ability or otherwise to pay certain fees; money could purchase the squalid comfort of the master's side, but no immunity from the baleful companionship of felons equally well furnished with funds and no less anxious to escape the awful horrors of the common side of the gaol.

The weight of the chains which innocent and guilty alike wore depended upon the price a prisoner could pay for 'easement of irons' and it was a common practice to overload a newcomer with enormous fetters and so terrifying him into lavish disbursement. The gaol at all times was so hideously overcrowded that plague and pestilence perpetually ravaged it and the deadly infection often spread into the neighbouring courts of law.

Westminster Tube, exit 4 Map. Guided by Shaughan or Judy or David. Classic old Westminster — 1, Years of History. This is the cornerstone, the seminal London Walk. Miss it and you've missed London. For old Westminster is London at its grandest: It's the forge of the national destiny, the place where the heart of the Empire beat, the Mecca of politicians throughout the ages.

The past here is cast in stone and we take it all in: And to see it with a great guide is to have that past suddenly rise to the surface, like seeing a photographic print come up in a darkroom. It doesn't get any better than this. Embarras de richesse , we'll also explore the private face of Westminster — the London equivalent of Georgetown. Unlike the tourist hordes who never find them, we get to see the hidden and ever so picturesque Georgian back streets where all the political salons are!

We end very near the Cabinet War Rooms , the fortified bunker that housed Winston Churchill's centre of operations during the war. So, yes, the walk ends very near Parliament Square, just a stone's throw from Westminster Tube. It also takes place at 11 am every Saturday and at 2. And at 7 pm every Monday evening except Dec. The walk is more or less circular — i. Want a preview of the walk? If you can't make one of the regularly scheduled, just-turn-up, public Old Westminster walks do think about booking one as a private tour.

Short Version; "London turned crimson". Long Version; The dome of St. Paul's seemed to ride the sea of fire like a great ship. Ludgate Hill was carpeted in hosepipes. Two hundred people died that night. On the north side of the cathedral 63 acres became a waste of smoking ash and rubble. Another acres were completely devastated in other raids that autumn. At the finish, out of the City's tight-packed acres, were reduced to ruin. And this was just Some of what you see and hear may be disturbing.

The Blitz Walk takes place every Thursday afternoon at 2. Paul's Cathedral, right next door to St. Better than we could have hoped for. The groups were small — never more than 20 people, and the guides spoke loud and clear, which was much appreciated.

We took advantage of the multiple-walks ticket and paid only 8 pounds per person for the last three tours. If you can't make the regularly scheduled, just-turn-up, public Blitz Walk , why not think about booking it as a private walk? If you go private you can have The Blitz Walk — or any other London Walk — on a day and at a time that suits your convenience. And — always with private walks — we go to great lengths to make sure the guide-walker s "fit" is well-nigh perfect.

Ring Fiona or Noel on or email us at london walks. If you're looking for an unusual and wonderful gift or Christmas present for a friend or family member — well, why not consider the gift of a private tour with a world-class guide.

Merchandise schmerchandise — but giving someone an experience, now that's special. Er, reading your phone in the bathtub and you drop it? Er, you dry it out. Anyway, maybe worth making a mental note that you can always pick up the famous white London Walks leaflet at the Cafe in the Crypt at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, the old church in Trafalgar Square.

They're on the Information Table there, right by the box office. And indeed they also display them on the shop counter, right by the cash register.

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