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Posts by Suzanne Degges-White
Suzanne Degges-White PhD, is professor and chair of the Department of Counseling, Adult and Higher Education at Northern Illinois University. She is the author of Toxic Friendships: Knowing the Rules and Dealing with the Friends who Break Them.
The value of good friends grows as you grow old
20 Dec 2016
Old age can be a lonely experience, with friends and family either passing away or moving away. Which is why it's important to form and maintain more friendships in your senior years
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