Whether you are in your 20s, 30s or beyond, anytime after we leave the sandbox, making new friends always feels a little bit awkward.
A shy young woman asks for advice because she feels so socially awkward.
Natasha Burton recently tackled the tricky situation of income inequality between friends and the impact it can have on relationships.
How do you respond when your friend complains about her boyfriend?
A woman searches for explanations for another couple’s cold behavior.
Good friends need to say something when a friend is making bad decisions.
An old friend calls out of the blue and a young teen wonders whether she should jump back into the friendship.
After a falling out, one friend’s brother continues to have a relationship with her ex-friend.
If you’re without any friends because you don’t feel friend-worthy, you may need to work on yourself first.
In case you missed the excellent article about elder friendships in today’s New York Times, I think you’ll want to read it.
Jillian Kramer writes on how to handle firing a bridesmaid.
A young teen is following her friend around school, annoying her friend in the process.