Seniors are often taken for granted. It’s not that their families don’t care about them. It’s just that they have their own families, they’re busy juggling two to three jobs at the same time, and have other matters to attend to.
“There are days when I feel empty because I was so used to having my wife as a partner in everything I did. Now that she’s passed, I find myself alone thinking more about her.” – Arnold says of his life after the death of his wife.
“Now that I have Jeff, he’s more of a buddy and we get to talk and discuss anything about our interests, go out and do some activities, or even just stay in and play games. Time flies by real quick, I don’t even realize that it’s time to go to bed. It makes everything a lot better.”
Finding a companion for a senior for them to spend time with can easily improve their disposition and overall well-being. Having a companion is an easy method to fight off loneliness and so the senior will find more reasons to look forward to the days to come and not just focus on the loneliness.
It will uplift their mood and make them enjoy their lives as if nothing much has changed since the day they’ve lost their husband or wife, or have separated from their children.