Tag: Psychology Today

Guest Post: Seven Ways to Annoy Your Introvert Friends

July 14, 2010 | By | 4 Replies Continue Reading

By Sophia Dembling   Sure, introverts look mild-mannered, but don’t be fooled. We can be as surly as the next guy-at least in our heads. We don’t often say these things out loud because we don’t feel like getting into it, but certain assumptions made about introverts really get on our nerves-and sometimes we get […]

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Friends: Awkward encounters of the friendly kind

September 1, 2009 | By | 3 Replies Continue Reading

Carlin Flora, features editor of Psychology Today, recently put together an awesome article that is full of advice for those struggling with modern friendship dilemmas–from how to heal rifts to how to network the non-slimy way. Read her piece here: Friends: Awkward Encounters of the Friendly Kind    

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Friendship and Money: Minimizing Losses

March 3, 2009 | By | 6 Replies Continue Reading

Given the uncertainties of the global economy and the high rates of unemployment, 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. Part I of this interview can be found here: She’s Fired, You’re Not. On […]

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Just Friends?

September 1, 2008 | By | 2 Replies Continue Reading

In a recent post on her Psychology Today blog, research psychologist Dr. Bella DePaulo, author of Singled Out, raises the issue of what it means to be “just friends.” Unlike marriage (and same-sex unions in some States), friends have no legal ties to one another. Unlike siblings, they have no blood ties. Yet one of […]

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