Ever feel like it’s so hard to make new friends?
Whether you are in your 20s, 30s or beyond, anytime after we leave the sandbox, making new friends always feels a little bit awkward.
When you’re sober, it may be in your best interest to change some of your “drinking friends.”
Vicky Spratt remembers what it was like to be the single friend in a world that often feels coupled.
Is your so-called “friend” a friend or frenemy? Here are some tips for finding out…
A woman feels violated when her roommate and friend reads her private messages.
A woman is at a loss for what to do when her friend ignores her with no explanation.
A reader seeks advice about whether to “open the door” to a long-term friendship after it’s fallen apart.
After separating from a long-time partner, a woman feels friendless.
It’s understandable to feel friendless and lonely after a loss.