At the beginning of the school year, The Friendship Doctor always receive lots of questions from students who are worried about making friends at a new school—as well notes from their concerned parents. Whatever your age or circumstances, change is hard and can be challenging to friendships.
Listen to Dr. Levine’s interview on “Friendships After 50” that recently aired on the radio show, Chronologically Gifted.
An irresponsible friend is threatened with losing his home and asks a friend to bail him out. Because he’s helped her in the past, what does she owe him?
What do you do when a friend’s expectations of a friendship totally outsize your own?
It’s hard to turn down a neighbor but good boundaries make good neighbors.
Income disparities can challenge even long-term friendships.
A woman wonders is she should confront a friend whose values are suspect.
Regardless of age and circumstances, have a falling out with a close friend is always painful.
Writing in The Telegraph (UK), journalist Maria Lally writes about midlife loneliness.
A shy young woman worries about having no close friends to ask as bridesmaids.
On Prevention.com, writer Kasandra Brabaw has penned an article outlining 6 Signs It’s Time To Break Up With A Friend
In this piece for Brides magazine, Jillian Kramer tackles the problem of telling a close friend that she can’t bring a plus-one (date) to the wedding.