Social networking sites like Facebook can offer opportunities to make and keep friends. Sometimes we can go overboard with the types of content we post and it could end up hurting a friend. Here are some tips on the best ways to nurture and strengthen online friendships.
You’re in love with a guy—or even married to him—but what do you do if you can’t stand his friends? Psychologist and friendship expert Dr. Irene S. Levine offers some practical advice on how to handle this tricky situation.
While there are some advantages to being the ‘new kid on the block,’ moving can be disruptive to long-term relationships and leave someone feeling quite lonely. Psychologist and friendship expert Dr. Irene S. Levine offers some tips on making friends after a move.
Money can get in the way of friendships for a variety of reasons. Here are some tips to avoid the most common problems that cause friction and create misunderstanding.
Girlfriend getaways are growing in popularity—whether to celebrate an upcoming wedding, a milestone birthday, or to luxuriate at a beach resort or destination spa.
Most of us have experienced the awkwardness of having a sudden blowup or misunderstanding with someone we consider a close friend.
Understandably, people often feel awkward starting a conversation with someone they don’t know. The extra energy and effort though can be unexpectedly rewarding.
It’s common for people to define themselves by what they do. As a result, losing a job can be devastating. When people are fired or terminated from employment, they often feel as if they’ve suddenly lost a major part of their identity.
It sounds paradoxical but when the holiday season approaches, many people feel lonely and blue.