My friend and colleague Cherie Burbach has just written a new book about friendship, 100 Simple Ways to Have More Friends.
A teenager is comfortable speaking in public but not one-on-one.
A mom wonders whether she should cut all ties with a close friend because their kids don’t play well together.
A reader with chronic pain explains the friendship challenges she faces.
Income disparities can challenge even long-term friendships.
It’s likely that each of us will one day bump into a jealous friend.
When two people begin to feel ambivalent about a friendship, it may have run its course.
A woman reaches out to an old friend and is rebuffed.
A guy on meds who feels alone.
A woman feels bereft of support from family and friends after a divorce.