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Friendship by the Book: “From Mom to Me Again”

Published: July 15, 2016 | Last Updated: March 2, 2024 By | 25 Replies Continue Reading
Friendship by the Book: “From Mom to Me Again”

Melissa T. Shultz’ new book, From Mom to Me Again: How I Survived My First Empty-Nest Year and Reinvented the Rest of My Life, is as inspiring as it is informative.

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Another Summer Book Giveaway: 100 Simple Ways To Have More Friends

Published: August 16, 2015 | Last Updated: March 4, 2024 By | 23 Replies Continue Reading
Another Summer Book Giveaway: 100 Simple Ways To Have More Friends

My friend and colleague Cherie Burbach has just written a new book about friendship, 100 Simple Ways to Have More Friends.

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The Drummond Girls

Published: August 10, 2015 | Last Updated: December 19, 2023 By | 22 Replies Continue Reading
The Drummond Girls

Enter to win a copy of a new book about female friendship, The Drummond Girls: A Story of a Fierce Friendship Beyond Time and Chance.

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Friendship by the Book: An Interview with Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence

Published: February 25, 2013 | Last Updated: February 22, 2024 By | 11 Replies Continue Reading
Friendship by the Book: An Interview with Carlin Flora, author of Friendfluence

The new book Friendfluence: The Surprising Way Friends Make Us Who We Are (Doubleday, 2013) by Carlin Flora makes a seminal contribution to the literature on friendship.

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Can you give me two minutes of your time?

Published: January 23, 2012 | Last Updated: January 23, 2012 By | 7 Replies Continue Reading

About.com is running a Reader’s Choice contest for the best friendship blog. Can you nominate The Friendship Blog?   If this blog gets a sufficient number of nominations, it will be eligible for voting and winning!   All you need to do: Put in the name of the blog: The Friendship Blog The URL: www.TheFriendshipBlog.com […]

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Friendship by the Book: Q & A with Gail Caldwell

Published: September 25, 2010 | Last Updated: March 2, 2024 By | 5 Replies Continue Reading

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gail Caldwell’s beautiful book, Let’s Take the Long Way Home: A Memoir of Friendship (Random House, 2010), breaks new ground in allowing readers to understand the depths of a close female friendship and the pain associated with a sudden and untimely loss.

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Friendship by the Book: Your So-Called Life

Published: September 14, 2010 | Last Updated: November 30, 2020 By | 12 Replies Continue Reading

Released today, Your So-Called Life: A Guide to Boys, Body Issues and Other Big-Girl Drama You Thought You Would Have Figured Out By Now (Harper, 2010) is a self-described guide for thirty-somethings. This is a phase of life when friendships are in flux as women mate, marry and mother—so this time, the authors who previously […]

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5 Tips for Travel with Friends

Published: August 20, 2010 | Last Updated: April 23, 2013 By | 5 Replies Continue Reading

A recent Harris Interactive Poll commissioned by Hampton Hotels found that 43% of adults travel with friends at least once a year and at least 74% prefer to take a road trip when they do.

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Friendship by the Book: Making Time for Friends

Published: May 26, 2010 | Last Updated: March 31, 2024 By | 3 Replies Continue Reading
Friendship by the Book: Making Time for Friends

How many times have you felt that there simply aren’t enough hours in the day? Or perhaps, thought you really would like to spend more time with girlfriends but don’t have the time? If feelings like these haunt you, you’ll want to read Laura Vanderkam’s inspiring new book, 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than […]

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Friendship by the Book: Nine Rooms of Happiness BOOK GIVEAWAY

Published: March 16, 2010 | Last Updated: May 11, 2022 By | 26 Replies Continue Reading

The Nine Rooms of Happiness: Loving Yourself, Finding Your Purpose, and Getting Over Life’s Little Imperfections (Hyperion Voice, 2010) offers straightforward strategies, or “pearls” of wisdom, for resolving relationship conflicts. One gem that particularly resonated with me was: “You can’t change them. You can change yourself.” Having wasted incalculable time in my own youth trying […]

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