Lonely men lose friends when life gets busy: study

Miki Perkins
May 10, 2021
Launching from findings of a Study commissioned by Beyond Blue, this article raises awareness of the loneliness faced by Australian men, particularly those in the over 30 bracket.  

"A large social group, European travel and cosmopolitan exuberance made his decade in London one that Jason Kick-Dawson remembers with fondness..."

Source: https://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/lonely-men-lose-friends-when-life-gets-busy-study-20141210-1248jq.html

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