QuickTip The loss of a work based social life doesn't have to mean the end of your social life, finding friends in retirement can be easy. 1 2013 Life coaching https://www.lifecoachhub.com/img/ Retirement coaching life coaching Lifecoachhub Pty Ltd LifeCoachHub
Coach Nicholas Kellingley

Building Relationships in Retirement

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It can be a distressing thought that finishing your working life may mean an end to your work based social life.

However, retirement doesn't need to be a lonely place. In fact if you think through your interests and passions, perhaps with the aid of a retirement coach, you can quickly meet new people online. Facebook, Twitter, even Friends Reunited as well as specialist forums and networks open up a whole new world of friendships if you want them to.

Action step: Why not have a quick Google and see what networks you can find?

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  • April 16, 2013

    I disagree- I don't think that the end of your work life entails the end of your social life. On the contrary in fact! Both my parents are retired and they are more socially active than when they were working. I suppose having more time on their hands has encouraged them to be more social.


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