When it comes to coping with the adversities of life in middle age, a new study has found that it is the strength of bonds with relatives and friends - and not the number of such ties - that leads to significantly higher resilience.
The study, which polled over 1,600 Singaporeans and permanent residents aged 50 to 59 is the first local study to examine the factors contributing to psychological resilience in middle-aged adults.
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