It happens that the right book of the moment shows up right on your doorstep: The Social Sex: A history of Female Friendship, by Marilyn Yalom, co-written with Theresa Donovan Brown, was presented fresh off the press at my favorite local bookstore, The Book Passage, in Corte Madera.
I'm always on the lookout for new couple friends. You know, a couple to have brunch with on Sunday mornings, take long walks with in the park while pushing our respective prams and to just sit down with over tea and biscuits and talk about life, love and our encounters with the unwashed masses.
Thank you for being there for me when I call you and need someone to just listen. It doesn't matter where we are in this world or in our lives, I know you will always pick up.
One of the best parts about being in your twenties is that you don't owe yourself to anyone. One of the worst parts about being in your twenties is that no one owes themselves to you, either.
If young girls form their ideas of Mr. Right based on romantic comedies like Say Anything and When Harry Met Sally, don't we also dream of friendships like those in Thelma and Louise and Fried Green Tomatoes?
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Her older sister has friends galore and has always had a BFF, if not five, but not Miss M. In fact, last year, her grandmother asked her who her best friend at school was, and Miss M. said matter-of-factly, "I don't have best friends." But at long last, she has one.
We can't promise an outcome as ridiculously awesome as theirs, but we guarantee you'll have a great time. 4. Wear bowler
Close female friendships are special for reasons far beyond the TV cliches of eating pints of ice cream together in pajamas
Approximately two years ago a friend that I had for about 15+ years decided to no longer be friends with me. I wouldn't say
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In real life, your child's tormentor might be a 6-year-old girl sporting dimples and a laugh that peals like a church bell. And your child might not flee from her, but instead run into her arms for a hug, ready to play, hoping every time that it won't devolve into intimidation and hurt feelings.
NBC's "Best Friends Forever" made a lot of friends in a very short period of time -- even though NBC only aired the first
A lot can be said of the bond between any female and her best friend... her BFF, her gal pal. And while there’s a flowery