Latest Friendship Stories

2010-08-16 15:30:38

Adults who have Internet access at home are much more likely to be in romantic relationships than adults without Internet access.

2010-06-08 11:46:06

Contrary to popular belief, the ups and downs of romantic relationships have a greater effect on the mental health of young men than women.

2010-06-04 09:10:00

UCLA study shows that having friends who attend the same school is key.

2010-01-26 06:40:00

STEWARTSVILLE, N.J., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- In the age of Facebook, online communities and people becoming ever more isolated indoors, Scott Rosenbaum saw a growing demand for one of society's essential but oft-neglected needs: Friends. Not the digital variety. The live, in-person kind.

2009-11-13 13:36:39

Many parents of preschoolers struggle with their children's fears of real and imaginary creatures.

2009-09-21 07:20:00

ALLENTOWN, Pa., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D., a psychologist-researcher and psychoanalyst, developed a comprehensive model of love relations that he will be using on the new Internet matchmaking site, RewardingLove.com (TM) (http://www.RewardingLove.com).

2009-08-05 07:00:00

PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- My Stone Company, creators of The Friendship Stone, and Big Brothers Big Sisters today announced a cause-marketing strategic partnership.

2009-07-25 18:54:53

Emotional suppression may cost college freshmen friendships, a co-author of a University of Oregon at Eugene study said Saturday. Hiding your emotions is something that is very common but it's something that often is not the right thing to do, Sanjay Srivastava said.

2009-06-17 07:45:00

Some male and female baboons engage in strictly platonic, sexless relationships. Male companionship comes in handy to females and their infants, as other baboons tend to pester less when female company is shared by their favorite male buddy.

2009-06-03 19:12:58

A new theory on friendships challenges the traditional explanation for human friendship that focused on wealth, popularity or similarity, U.S.

Word of the Day
  • A person or thing gazed at with wonder or curiosity, especially of a scornful kind.
The 'stock' of 'gazingstock' comes from an Old English word meaning 'tree trunk' or 'wood'.