Melissa T. Shultz’ new book, From Mom to Me Again: How I Survived My First Empty-Nest Year and Reinvented the Rest of My Life, is as inspiring as it is informative.
Finding friends when you have a sensory processor disorder.
Going camping with friends: Would you go under these circumstances?
A woman feels slighted when her friend ignores her Facebook posts.
A woman worries that a friend moving to her country will encroach on her life.
How do you handle someone who gives unwanted advice on the tennis court?
“Friends without benefits” speaks to the intensity and complexity of female friendships.
A woman ditched by a neighbor, who once was a friend, feels devastated.
A woman with chronic fatigue and history of depression can’t seem to make friends.
If you’ve skipped grades, that can add another challenge to making friends.
Worried about your child’s imaginary friend? Psychologist and author Susan Newman, PhD offers advice and reassurance to worried parents.
“The Sun In Your Eyes” (William Morrow/HarperCollins, 2016) is a new novel about female friendship.