Tag: intergenerational friendships

In the Media – In the Media – Younger, a TV show about intergenerational friendships (Yahoo Style)

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In the Media – In the Media – Younger, a TV show about intergenerational friendships (Yahoo Style)

Younger, a new TV comedy on TVLand, explores the possibilities of intergenerational friendships.

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In the Media – How to build an amazing intergenerational friendship

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In the Media – How to build an amazing intergenerational friendship

A story on Next Avenue story illustrates many of the benefits of intergenerational friendships.

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In the Media: On the importance of intergenerational friendship (AllParenting.com)

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In the Media: On the importance of intergenerational friendship (AllParenting.com)

Writer Sherri Kuhn writes about the importance of intergenerational friendships.

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Friendship by the Book: An interview with the author of The Professors’ Wives’ Club

Published: October 23, 2008 | Last Updated: January 28, 2024 By | Reply Continue Reading

The Professors’ Wives’ Club revolves around four women, so different from one another that they might even appear unlikely as friends.

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Reader Q & A: Missing a second mum

Published: October 8, 2008 | Last Updated: October 8, 2008 By | Reply Continue Reading

QUESTION: Hi Irene, I have a much older friend than myself. She is old enough to be my Mum and I do think of her as a second Mum. We’ve been through a lot together, and she has fulfilled the gap of being my Mum. I have a family and husband myself but have not […]

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Another argument for May-December friendships

Published: July 18, 2007 | Last Updated: May 9, 2020 By | Reply Continue Reading

I was interviewing a woman today about my favorite topic: friendship. After we spoke about a miserably fractured friendship that was causing her great pain, she told me that her most successful relationships were with friends, both male and female, who were almost a decade older than herself. “Their wisdom and maturity is something I value,” said Connie. She […]

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