Connections: Coming to terms with living alone

  • Article by: KIT NAYLOR , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 15, 2013 - 2:40 PM

“I realized it’s not the most traumatic thing that can happen to a woman.”

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troutbobOct. 15, 13 5:03 PM

Great piece, Kit. It captures the blessings and blemishes of single living eloquently. Although I have a roommate now to help defray expenses, I have spent several years living on my own, a single homeowner struggling to keep it together. My hope for the future is that as we age we can all become more comfortably communal, sharing our spaces and our lives with friends rather than searching endlessly for mates, and growing old together in community.

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mntwinbballNov. 20, 13 1:08 PM

I normally don't read the online version of the paper but today I stumbled on this timely article. Thank you for reinforcing the positives as I navigate my own acceptance of 'being alone'. Look forward to the book, as just yesterday I was wondering if there was such a book out there.

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