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Is It Normal For A Child To Have An Imaginary Friend?

Published: July 17, 2016 | Last Updated: March 20, 2024 By | 2 Replies Continue Reading

Worried about your child’s imaginary friend? Psychologist and author Susan Newman, PhD offers advice and reassurance to worried parents.

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Friendships after 50: A radio interview with The Friendship Doctor

Published: September 7, 2015 | Last Updated: April 15, 2022 By | 4 Replies Continue Reading
Friendships after 50: A radio interview with The Friendship Doctor

Listen to Dr. Levine’s interview on “Friendships After 50” that recently aired on the radio show, Chronologically Gifted.

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Remembering Jeffrey Zaslow

Published: February 13, 2012 | Last Updated: March 9, 2024 By | 23 Replies Continue Reading

Terrible news has a way of traveling almost instantaneously over very long distances. On Friday evening, I was vacationing in Mexico when I learned that Wall Street Journal columnist and best-selling author Jeffrey Zaslow was killed in a car crash on a snowy road in northern Michigan earlier that day.

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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: Finding “unexpected angels” in the workplace

Published: June 1, 2010 | Last Updated: February 17, 2024 By | 2 Replies Continue Reading

I was delighted to interview HuffPo blogger and fellow author Marcia Reynolds, PsyD to discuss her new book and the topic of female friendships in the workplace. Marcia is the author of Wander Women: How High-Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction (Berrett-Koehler, 2010). Her doctoral degree is in organizational psychology with a research emphasis on […]

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Exurb Magazine: 5 Questions with The Friendship Doctor

Published: December 2, 2009 | Last Updated: February 11, 2024 By | Reply Continue Reading

The Friendship Doctor was recently interviewed by Victoria Clayton-Alexander, editor of Exurb Magazine.

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The Inside Scoop on Introverts

Published: November 3, 2009 | Last Updated: March 18, 2024 By | 2 Replies Continue Reading
The Inside Scoop on Introverts

Losing friends can be particularly difficult for introverts because we don’t surround ourselves with people.

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When A Friend Wants More Than Friendship

Published: October 30, 2009 | Last Updated: February 4, 2024 By | Reply Continue Reading

It’s not unusual for platonic relationships to turn into something different or something more. Whenever this happens, regardless of gender, it can lead to misunderstandings if both people aren’t on the same page. When two female friends are involved, the potential awkwardness is compounded exponentially because the experience is less common and less talked about. […]

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Get to know The Friendship Doctor: Listen to my interview with Christine Nagy of New York 106.7 FM

Published: October 23, 2009 | Last Updated: September 8, 2016 By | Reply Continue Reading

For my blog readers who live in the NY metropolitan area whom I haven’t yet met in person, I thought you might like to tune in this Sunday morning at 7:00AM to Christine Nagy’s weekly show, Get Connected   New York 106.7 FM Radio Also available for download as a podcast   "This week on […]

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Baltimore Jewish Times: We’re friends, our children aren’t

Published: August 15, 2008 | Last Updated: August 16, 2008 By | 2 Replies Continue Reading

In this week’s Baltimore Jewish Times, journalist Amy Landsman wrote an article called, We’re friends, our children aren’t. She describes some of the challenges of balancing mom friends and kids friends. It begins: You’re pregnant! And so is your BFF! Instantly, you dream about play dates, outings around town, even vacations that your growing families […]

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