Author Archive: Irene
Author Irene S. Levine, PhD, is The Friendship Doctor, dispensing expert advice on The Friendship Blog.
A woman makes a flippant remark to a friend. The wrong words slip out, she realizes she’s made a mistake and apologizes. What more can she do?
One constant thing about life is that it is always changing. In this article in Shape Magazine, writer Locke Hughes spoke with experts for advice on how to recover from some of its shakeups and move successful through various milestones.
Journalist Linda Melone reviewed a new study from Carnegie Mellon University that focuses on health and friendship.
In Brides Magazine, journalist Amber Ray describes three friendzillas you wouldn’t want to have in your wedding party.
When a workplace friendship dissolves, it can often be a source of upset and distraction.
In Women’s Health Magazine, Sara Eckel tells her own story and suggests ways to “rediscover the best parts of singlehood” and stay true to yourself.