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.
A reader (Susan61) discusses how she made friends by overcoming her fear of doing things alone.
How do you handle a friend who asks too many questions…to the extent that you are feeling interrogated?
Regretful about reconnecting, a reader asks whether there is a kind way to put the kibosh on an unsatisfying friendship.
There isn’t much to do when an Internet friendship seems as dead as a doornail.
A woman feels in a rut—unable to make friends, even though she is on meds and has seen therapists.
A high school senior worries it’s “too late in the game” for her to make friends.
Writing in Your Teen Magazine, Cathie Ericson poses a question that might be in the mind of many parents, “What does a healthy teenage social life look like?”
Two young friends find a third girl to be intrusive and clingy.