The Loneliest Generation: Americans, More Than Ever, Are Aging Alone – The Wall Street Journal

233 Comments By Janet Adamy and Janet Adamy The Wall Street Journal Biography @janetadamy Janet.Adamy@wsj.com Paul Overberg Paul Overberg The Wall Street Journal Biography @poverberg paul.overberg@wsj.com Dec. 11, 2018 10:12 a.m. ET Danny Miner, a 66-year-old retired chemical plant supervisor, spends most days alone in his Tooele, Utah, apartment, with “Gunsmoke” reruns to keep him company and a phone that rarely rings. Old age wasn’t supposed to feel this lonely. Mr. Miner married five times, each bride bringing the promise of lifelong companionship. Three unions ended in divorce. Two wives died. Now his legs ache and his balance is faulty, ...

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