Melissa T. Shultz’ new book, From Mom to Me Again: How I Survived My First Empty-Nest Year and Reinvented the Rest of My Life, is as inspiring as it is informative.
Finding friends when you have a sensory processor disorder.
On the Today Show, Joan Lunden reported on an experiment that suggests that close midlife friendships may help minimize anxiety and stress.
A mom worries that symptoms of a generalized anxiety disorder are hindering her daughter’s relationships.
In the Wall Street Journal, Elizabeth Bernstein explores the science of making friends.
If your instincts signal a problem should you immediately back off from a friendship?
Dr. Irene S. Levine was pleased to be invited to serve as an on-air friendship expert on the KPCC Southern California Public Radio Show “AirTalk.”