14 first year’s tuition at a British college. Then friends at the college helped her get her relatives, including her parents, out of Germany. Following her move to the United States, Prager met her husband-to-be at a party given by other friends. After her husband died and her children had grown up, yet another friend helped her find an apartment in New York City. Retired from her career as a social worker, Prager now relies on friends for companionship. Prager says she is comforted in the knowledge that “they will do for me and I will do for them.” * * * Just remember, you don’t have to be lonely. There are things you can do to remedy this situation. By reaching out to God and others, you can find happiness, peace, and inner fulfillment.
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