The Biggest Threat To Middle-Aged Men: Loneliness

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Billy Baker from The Boston Globe breaks down the biggest threat to middle-aged men, loneliness. They talk about how middle-aged men lose contact with friends as they grow older and the struggles men have at maintaining relationships over phones and how men keep in contact through activities, not face-to-face interaction.

Baker says the simplest thing to do to maintain happiness during your middle-aged years is just having some friends.

Are you feeling the “loneliness” they are talking about?

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