Our “self made communal living” in theory had it’s advantages and largely assumed that in this new arrangement our current friendships and share interests would stay the same. The success of this would also be dependent on numerous things, not the least of which would be how our financial goals would stay aligned and what
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Over the years with friends of my age cohort, conversation has often wandered to the question of what we would do if we found ourselves “aging alone”. This came up even if we were in a couple, with the proposition (as I often say) of being “suddenly single”. It comes up more often now as
For a couple of decades, I’ve had recurring conversations about how, through our progression of ages and stages into later life, our concepts for living arrangements might be re-envisioned. This always led straight to explore variations on forms of communal living. But in my mind it never took the form of totally segregated adult communities.