A young teen has trouble making friends, hoping to get close to at least one friend at high school.
Writing for AARP, journalist Cristina Ianzito offers some suggestions for making friends in a new place.
A mom-to-be receives a very generous gift and wonders how she can possibly reciprocate.
A woman feels betrayed by a friend who seized an opportunity before she did. Is that wrong? It depends.
A teenager feels left out when his friend doesn’t invite him to a party after the school dance.
When a friend gets diagnosed with a serious illness, it has a way of changing your outlook.
A young woman can’t stop thinking about her ex-friend.
If a friend blocks you on social media, it feels as if a door has been slammed in your face.
A mom is concerned because her son stays home all the time, hates people and has no friends.
If you can’t find friends at work or church, you may need to make the time to look elsewhere.
Connecting with a grieving friend
The Friendship Doctor recently penned an article for Fitness Republic entitled, “5 Tips for Planning a Girlfriend Getaway.”