A story on Next Avenue story illustrates many of the benefits of intergenerational friendships.
Einat Mazafi offers suggestions about how to adjust to a new community and make friends after moving
Psychologies interviewed The Friendship Doctor for some tips for keeping long-distance friendships alive.
A woman hosts her friends but complains that they don’t even leave a tip.
A young woman wonders why she always feels like an outsider with her group of friends.
The revelation: A man learns his family has been communicating with someone who may be his son.
An article in the online publication for millennials, Mic, suggests that the most difficult part of friendship is the one no one talks about.
In this article for FitnessRepublic.com, Dr. Levine offers some tips for mending a broken friendship.
Ana Rocha explains the transition that takes place after college and explains why it’s okay to have a small group of friends.
A homebound senior without friends or family feels hopeless