Tag: Washington Post

5 Ways To Improve Your Friendships in 2010

Published: January 3, 2010 | Last Updated: January 3, 2010 By | 10 Replies Continue Reading

Whether it’s the occasion of a birthday or an anniversary, or the passing of another year or of another decade, it’s human nature to periodically take stock of things. Turning the page on the calendar means looking back and looking forward, which often brings into bold relief those aspects of our lives where we think […]

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Women, friends, and personal crises: An open letter to Friends of Silda Spitzer

Published: March 13, 2008 | Last Updated: March 13, 2008 By | Reply Continue Reading

"She’ll have no shortage of people wanting to be there for her," says one of Silda’s friends quoted in the Washington Post. But will her friends know how to be there for her? When something lousy happens to a friend, it often leaves us at a loss for words. That’s why I’m writing this open […]

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Lipstick Jungle: Tres Amigas or BFFs?

Published: February 8, 2008 | Last Updated: May 17, 2020 By | Reply Continue Reading

The long-hyped premiere of Lipstick Jungle is scheduled for 10PM EST tonight on NBC. Following on the heels of Sex and the City by the same writer (Candace Bushnell), the show is described as a tale of three female friends in NYC who are a little older, wiser, wealthier and successful than the Sex and […]

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Baffled by Bratz & Biffles

Published: November 14, 2007 | Last Updated: August 16, 2020 By | Reply Continue Reading

Besides the letter “L”—what’s the difference between a BFFL (best friend for life) and a BFF (best friend forever)? When Nathalia Ramos, 15, the actress who plays Yasmin (one of the Mattel dolls that is brought to life in Bratz, the movie) was interviewed by a reporter from the Washington Post she said: There are […]

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