• Keeping Friends

March 29, 2009

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Have you been reading the posts on The Friendship Blog this month?

I’m sorry that my posts have been intermittent but I’m working hard on finalizing the manuscript for my book, now entitled, Best Friends Forever: Surviving A Break-Up With Your Best Friend (Overlook Press, Fall 2009).

My special thanks to each of you who have posed questions, made comments, and joined me on this journey to better understand female friendships!

This is the month-in-review:

March 29, 2009

Big Hurts, Little Hurts, and Apologies

My thoughts on how to make a meaningful apology when you’ve disappointed a friend

March 17, 2009

Junior High Redux: Bounced from a Mom’s Group

A reader writes about how being excluded from a mom’s group harked back to her days in junior high

March 13, 2009

America can no longer afford to fail our citizens with serious mental illnesses

A bit off-topic, but important. Can our country tolerate a grade of “D” for the way we provide services and supports to people with mental illnesses?

March 4th, 2009

Michelle Obama: First Lady, First Friend

When the First Lady held a Girls’ Night In at the White House, I immediately said to myself, “Michelle is the type of person I would love to have as a friend.”

March 2nd, 2009

Friendship and Money: Minimizing Losses

Given the uncertainties of the global economy, money seems to be on everyone’s minds these days. This is the second part of a two-part interview on Friendship and Money with MSN Money columnist Emma Johnson.


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