Tag: Male friendships
In the digital magazine Aeon, journalist Mark Teich recently wrote about male friendships in an essay entitled, “Smoking with Friends.”
An article in the Deseret (Utah) News, discusses a new study comparing male and female friendships.
Men’s Health writer Emily Mitchell explains why it’s prudent for men to stay involved with their friends when they fall in love with a woman.
Most of the posts on The Friendship Blog either apply to women or are general enough to apply to both sexes. Blogger Grace Pamer agreed to share a post that is focused on male friendships, suggesting the special importance of these relationships at a particular juncture in life: when men are contemplating a marriage proposal.
In the course of my own research on female friendships, I serendipitously found the perfect mentor to teach me about male friendships and the differences between the two: Geoffrey Greif, DSW, a professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work and author of the new book, Buddy System: Understanding Male Friendships (Oxford University […]