Friendship for Grown-Ups

Bonding with others can be easy when you're a kid, a teenager, or a young adult (remember those late nights in the college dorm?) But it can be harder once you've grown up. Why? And what should you do?

How To Meet People At Parties: 7 Icebreakers

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.

Shyness, especially at college and in the first years after, can be conquered.

Friendships at Midlife: Ripe, Juicy, Authentic!

By Suzanne Degges-White Ph.D.

We long for friends who see us for who we are becoming, not just who we are.

Why It’s Always High School In Your Brain

By Loretta G. Breuning Ph.D.

Your teen self is still the core of who you are

Friendships in Adulthood

By Andrea Bonior Ph.D.

Adults often have trouble preserving friendships upon reaching new milestones.

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