Ever feel like it’s so hard to make new friends?
As tricky as unfollowing friends can be online, it’s far more complicated and risky to do “in real life.”
Thinking of making New Year’s resolutions? You might also want to examine and renew your friendships.
Writer Laura Donovan explores the relationship between friendship and personality in an article she recently wrote for the website ATTN:
Whether you are in your 20s, 30s or beyond, anytime after we leave the sandbox, making new friends always feels a little bit awkward.
When a woman gets engaged, an air of anticipation and excitement surrounds her—but a best friend may harbor envy or resentment.
Being ghosted (being blown off without any reason or explanation) is more common than you might think.
Managing friendship long-distance can be challenging. The NYT offers some suggestions to make them work.
Smarter Living is an ongoing series in the New York Times offering practical advice to help young adults understand the world and make the most of its opportunities and challenges.