Tag: lost friendships

Guest Post: That’s Not the Train I’m Waiting For

Published: September 5, 2011 | Last Updated: May 14, 2020 By | 16 Replies Continue Reading

By Sheila Callahan   I’ll admit to being a little obsessed with the concept of friendship, and I probably spend an undue amount of time thinking about several in particular that apparently had an expiration date.   How did I not see that train coming?   My pal and colleague Irene Levine, Ph.D. blogs on […]

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Friendship by the Book: Songs without Words

Published: November 5, 2007 | Last Updated: November 6, 2007 By | Reply Continue Reading

When a close friendship fades away, the passage of time makes it harder and harder to patch up the divide. In Songs without Words (Alfred A. Knopf, 2007), the writing of Ann Packer captures the fragility of female friendships as well as the complexities of repairing friendships when they falter. Lifelong friends Liz and Sarabeth […]

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Friendship by the Book: To My Dearest Friends

Published: September 14, 2007 | Last Updated: May 17, 2020 By | Reply Continue Reading

With great wit, Patricia Volk has captured the essence of female friendships in her new novel, To My Dearest Friends (Alfred A. Knopf, 2007). If you enjoy the humor of Woody Allen, read this book. After their best friend Roberta Bloom (Robbie) dies of breast cancer, two of her friends get to meet each other […]

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