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Just wanted to look at a trusted forum for elderly people who are alone a lot and also a forum - a trusted forum - for people with anxiety. thank you.

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I would try this forum offered by AARP, sounds like a good group to start with.

http://community.aarp.org/
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Well hello from one Kansas Farmgirl to another! South of Wichita close to the Oklahoma border. Living between a field of wheat and another of corn. If you get bored go to caregivers behaving badly on this forum. They will make you laugh! Welcome!
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kssgirl, here is a thread where you had asked about having fun or making life more enjoyable :)

https://www.agingcare.com/questions/dont-know-how-to-have-fun-or-make-life-enjoyable-429709.htm
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Thank you - I am not a caregiver but am a 73-year-old who is married to a 77 year-old who farms and helps my son but he is kind of a workaholic - I have friends but still not enough to feel not lonely so am just looking for a forum. I think I am doing what would be suggested but still most of my friends have husbands and do things with them but my husband is h*ll bent on working when the timing is right which is understandable for a farmer but his priorities are not mine. At his age, I feel he should be having a little fun with me but he did say he will take me to the city in August for a few days - but weekends are the worst as not much going on in the town I live in - small - only 4,000 people - even senior center is closed on weekends. Anyway, will wait for your response - thanks again for listening to me.
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Kssfgirl,
This Forum,Agingcare has a lot of good information about anxiety and there are a lot of wonderful people on here to talk to,helping with the lonliness.Agingcare has helped me SO much and I bet you'll find it helpful too.This is the Forum I would suggest.There are a lot of great questions and discussions that are thought provoking and sometimes,your own experiences may help someone else.I say Welcome to Agingcare!
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