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A mom worries about her 13-year-old having no friends at a new school.
It’s natural that moms want to help teens resolve friendship problems but that isn’t always the best approach.
Being popular isn’t as important as cultivating friendships with one or two people whose company you enjoy.
A mom worries that her 13-year-old is being left out and excluded from social get-togethers with her soccer team.
A freshman worries about being a loner in high school without friends
Worried about making friends in high school? Here are some helpful tips before you go back to school.
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 mom wonders how she can help her teenage daughter who was unceremoniously dropped by a friend.
Changing schools can affect friendships but things usually turns out better than expected.
A mom worries about her daughter’s friendships.
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