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
When a friend asks you to be her bridesmaid, you may have to turn her down.
Journalist Meredith Haggerty looks at the common practice of friends complaining to one another in an article provocatively entitled, “Bitching and Bonding.”
A woman is upset when her male roommate (also her best friend) brings another woman into their home.
A woman starts to feel as if her friend who is fundraising on Facebook may be using her.
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.
When someone has no other friends, she may put up with more than she should for fear of losing the 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 college student feels insecure about her friendship and wonders whether she is a “toxic” friend.
If you are already depressed, spending too much time on Facebook can make you feel worse.