Many of us might think that the dilemma of having too many friends—or too many bridesmaids—is an enviable one. But when you’re choosing a bridal party, making choices among them can turn into a problem.
A shy young woman worries about having no close friends to ask as bridesmaids.
Planning a wedding can be trying. Wedding Magazine UK asked Dr. Levine how to preserve five different types of friendship dilemmas.
The movie critics raved about Bridesmaids, describing it as a watershed moment for the portrayal of female friendships on the big screen. New York Times film critic Manohla Dargis wrote: "…The movie is smart about a lot of things, including the vital importance of female friendships." Wall Street Journal critic Joel Morgenstern wrote: […]
When I received this note from the Worried Bride about an out-of-control maid of honor, I immediately turned to my friend and colleague, Sharon Naylor,
There are many times when girlfriends have to choose one friend over another (for example, you can only have one maid-of-honor)—and decisions like this aren’t always easy. Read Andrea Boyarsky’s article in the Staten Island Advance, Delivering the Big Hurt, where she asks me and some other experts to weigh in on the issue…
QUESTION: Hi Irene, I’m in a really tight spot and would appreciate ANY advice you could provide. I have had two friends, A and B, since elementary school, but we went our separate ways after high school. A went to college, B partied and worked various jobs, and I went on to complete undergraduate and […]