Dr. Irene S. Levine was pleased to be invited to serve as an on-air friendship expert on the KPCC Southern California Public Radio Show “AirTalk.”
A woman feels blown off by a group but isn’t sure if she is being overly-sensitive.
When two couples vacation together, their friend’s new wife taxes this woman’s patience.
A reader asks whether she should reconnect with an old friend whose humor made her feel badly.
A 70-year-old woman is upset over a friend spreading rumors about her.
A woman feels uncomfortable about her neighbor’s physical contact with her children.
Since her friend got involved in a relationship, she feels as if her friendship isn’t a priority anymore.
If a friend consistently saps your energy and leaves you feeling drained, it is a one-sided friendship.
Being a student in a small school can poses challenges to making friends.
An international student feels stressed and unhappy after moving to the U.S. from India.
A mom of a 14-year-old worries that her son lacks the skills to make friends.
Writing for DailyWorth, journalist Natasha Burton talks about some of the very awkward situations that can occur when friendships ensue at work.