An inspiring article in The Wall Street Journal describes an uncommon friendship between two friends, one with special needs and one without.
A teen reflects on her friendships and asks which works best—more or fewer friends?
A woman in her 70s feels used by a “friend poaching” friend.
A woman is left feeling guilty after she ends a long-term friendship.
When you give a key to friends to watch over your home, what are their obligations?
A young woman can’t decide whether her friend’s “different lifestyle” is reason to give up on the friendship
A woman is hurt when a long time friend ends their friendship.
A woman laments being dropped by an old friend when she needed her most.
A reader says that people mistakenly thinks he’s angry.
A woman with chronic fatigue and history of depression can’t seem to make friends.
A mother worries that her six-year-old isn’t making friends.
It’s important to periodically take stock of and cull your friendships, says Amy Lewis writing on Stylist.