A mom worries that symptoms of a generalized anxiety disorder are hindering her daughter’s relationships.
In the Wall Street Journal, Elizabeth Bernstein explores the science of making friends.
It can be so seductive to start a business with a best friend that logic and planning for the unexpected falls by the wayside.
A woman recovering from a stroke is “ghosted” by a friend who once was supportive.
A woman laments that her friendships are unbalanced because she is always the initiator.
A woman wonders how long to give her angry friend before she contacts her again.
If you’ve skipped grades, that can add another challenge to making friends.
If you dread going to school because you feel lonely, you need to reach out for help and advice.
A young woman finds that middle school friendships can be confusing and frustrating.
The conventional wisdom: Friendships are good for your health. But some friendships are unhealthy.