But, in order to find them, you need to face your fears, explore your passions, use your network and, most importantly, take a chance on reaching out to others. That might seem strange to hear, coming from someone who started a community of 50,000 women over 60.
Here are a few ideas for making new friends in your sixties. But, the truth is that we all feel lonely from time to time.
Our members are primarily from the UK, USA, Canada and Australia but we have many english speaking members from all around the world.
Our senior forum based sections allow you to join in the discussions or even start your own.
Perhaps you enjoy the company of people who share similar political or religious beliefs.
Think about the type of person that you’d like to meet and you just might increase your chances of meeting them!Do you like spending time with people who share similar beliefs to you?Or, do you prefer acquaintances that challenge your beliefs and make you think?Joining new clubs and societies is a great way to get out there and meet new people, but if you live in a rural area with limited social opportunities or just find it hard to step out of your comfort zone, this can be rather tricky.Getting to grips with some of the online social sites can help you to connect with people who have similar interests or friends that you may have lost touch with.