If our generation looked more closely at religious communities—inclusive, loving ones—we might be surprised by the care that we'd find there, no strings attached.
New research finds the brains of close friends tend to respond to stimuli in very similar ways.
A reminder that public servants are, in fact, still human beings.
Social butterflies age quite gracefully.
Facebook makes us sad and Twitter is bad for our relationships, we’ve been told, but are these apps actually changing how humans communicate?
How an unexpected stay on a living room couch served as a reminder of the kindness in people.
Friendship is not a pale imitation of sexual romance. It is a romance unto itself.
New research finds a link between fitting in with your peers as a teen and better health in your 20s.
Male friendships often center on groups and activities. But without strong one-on-one ties, men are more likely to feel isolated when romantic partnerships fail or don't happen at all.
It might only make them feel more depressed.
An analysis of middle school and high school social networks indicates that a high BMI can mean fewer friends.
Kids with autism need help when it comes to making friends—but they also need their independence.
A new paper argues that academics have been missing important connections.
All of my best friends are white.
Recognizing that friendships are the relationships with the least amount of inequality changes how we engage men in efforts to end sexual assault.