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A friend is someone who is there for you when he or she would rather be somewhere else. And a friend who knows all about you and still loves you. Do you have enough friends? Or have you lost many long-time buddies to moves away from San Diego, health issues and death?
If you, like many older folks, could use a few more close men or women with which to share this stage of your life and don’t know quite how to make them, join Marsha Kay Seff for a chat about Making New Friends. The former eldercare editor of the UT San Diego, who teaches a class here on life-story writing and telling, will share tips about creating friendships. Join her for a not-too-serious talk about a very important issue. Who knows, you might even leave the program with a brand new friend!
Marsha Kay Seff was a writer and editor for more than four decades, the last two at the Union-Tribune, where she wrote for 10 years about caring for her mom and dad. Gregarious and fun, she has discovered several secrets of cultivating friendships.
Date: Thursday, June 20, 12:45 p.m.