Entries tagged with “Friendship”
Here are 10 ways to move while interacting with friends, family, neighbors, coworkers or strangers about to become new friends.
Here are four small favors that those who don't hate themselves can do for those of us who do.
Setting and maintaining boundaries is hard to do. Add a difficult person into the equation and things get even more ... difficult.
You’ve envisioned it for ages—escaping for a retreat with a group of dear friends. Here's what you need to know to finally get it planned.
I'll Push You is a film that reminds viewers of the true meaning of friendship, generosity, and vulnerability.
It’s not easy to make friends as adults, and becomes more difficult as we get older. At the same time, according to the psychologist F. Diane Barth, women rely on other women for s…
Having a buddy with you as you journey through life is crucial, especially for those times when you find yourself feeling lost.
Triangles aren't sustainable when it comes to relationships. Embrace the idea of circles, which are stable over time.
Two people, three colors, four layers—and a lot of fun!
Fraternal lodges once filled a national need—that has returned.
Female friendships reduce stress—and do so much more than that.
A landmark study by the University of Michigan has identified a likely reason why feeling emotionally close to a friend works wonders on a woman’s mood — and even boosts her health…
Want to manage manipulative, triggering, altogether difficult people? Gray rock them.
Excerpted from Ordinary Goodness
“In a nutshell, think of gray rocking as turning your back on someone without actually turning your back and offending them.”
On the heels of her new book, How We Show Up, community activist, advocate, and author Mia Birdsong gives advice for creating and maintaining deep communal relationships and a sense of belonging.
You may be familiar with the psychological term “boundaries,” but what does it mean and how does it apply to you?Put plainly, boundaries are the line between where I end and you be…
Finally visiting my old friend, a murderer who plea-bargained for life without parole.
Gather in community on a porch and enjoy a type of fellowship, relaxed conversation and neighborliness that can’t be matched by more formal events.
If your friends bring out the best in you, what can you learn about yourself during that reveal?