A young man entering his sophomore year worries about being alone at the high school lunch table.
A young woman worries that her blue hair will get in the way of making friends at a new high school.
How should a young teen handle a friend who is unreliable and doesn’t always consider her feelings?
When a friend won’t talk and cuts off conversation, there isn’t much you can do but wait it out.
Journalist and author Cindy La Ferle writes about “black hole” relationships, why they happen, and why they may not be all that bad.
What do you do when a texting friendship seems to be one-sided?
A woman is irked because her once-friend hasn’t returned two books.
A woman’s friend of 30 years makes it clear she wants distance.
A young woman feels complete without friends for now—preferring to spend time with her mother and husband.
An exhausted mom pleads for advice to help her mentally ill daughter.
When a workplace friendship dissolves, it can often be a source of upset and distraction.
A mom says her kids are disappointed when their friends are no-shows because they have unreliable moms.