If you are over 30, you may not even have heard of the term “girl crush.” It refers to a non-sexual attraction to another woman, someone with whom you would like to be friends.
Writing in Flare Magazine, Katherine Simpson writes a tongue-in-cheek piece about her online search for a bestie (BFF).
At the beginning of the school year, The Friendship Doctor always receive lots of questions from students who are worried about making friends at a new school—as well notes from their concerned parents. Whatever your age or circumstances, change is hard and can be challenging to friendships.
Listen to Dr. Levine’s interview on “Friendships After 50” that recently aired on the radio show, Chronologically Gifted.
My friend and colleague Cherie Burbach has just written a new book about friendship, 100 Simple Ways to Have More Friends.