Contributor Amy Feld has been fielding a lot of questions from teens concerned about making friends at school this year. She offers some savvy tips for making friends (and being a good friend) in high school.
A young man entering his sophomore year worries about being alone at the high school lunch table.
Sandra Beckwith tells why you’re never too old to make friends and offers some how-to tips.
A 15-year-old can seem to fit it at her new school after a move.
Which was worse: That she cheated again or that she didn’t tell?
There are limits to what a friend can do when someone threatens suicide.
If a friend is treating you differently and shows less interest and getting together, you may have been downgraded.
The closer you were, the more difficult it is to see an ex-friend for the first time after a breakup.
A 61-year-old woman has no friends and feels like a total failure
A young woman feels complete without friends for now—preferring to spend time with her mother and husband.
A teen questions how to communicate with someone ashamed about failing at school.
Fellow bloggers Jessica Smock and Stephanie Sprenger have co-edited a new book with first-person accounts that document the range of intense emotions experienced after a breakup between friends.