Friendships

“Some describe true friends as choosing your own family. I say it’s more like choosing your own army.”
"We try to model how we treat each other for our children, so hopefully, it will be the norm for them."
"Why couldn’t we use Blanche, Rose, Dorothy and Sophia as a model to plot our own post-midlife sorority setup?"
Feel like everyone you know has a minor (or major!) cell phone addiction? Here's how to get them to put down their smartphone and stay focused in the moment.
Therapists share the comments to avoid and offer some simple but supportive responses to try instead.
Your parent friends aren’t as flexible as they used to be pre-kids, but they still want to hang out. Experts offer advice on how to keep your friendships alive.
Four sets of friends share what they've learned about having a close confidante who is much older or younger.
Here's how cisgender folks can be truly supportive of their trans friends and the community at large.
There are many benefits to having friends who are different from you, but it's still relatively uncommon.
This conversational habit seems like interrupting but it's actually not.