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Two Women Share How Friendships Change at the End of Life

by | Nov 12, 2019 | In the News

Two elderly people

Anne and Liz spend much of their time ministering to aging and dying members of their congregation, the New York Society for Ethical Culture. They find that it’s more difficult for men to make new friendships as they age.

To read the full article by Julie Beck in The Atlantic, click here.

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