I have been criss-crossing the state of New Hampshire to hang my paintings in new shops and galleries. This is a good problem, but the downside is that I have little time to write. This means that this month will be my last formal installment of friendship posts. Come June, I will still write updates, […]
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There are two weeds that can choke out ANY friendship. Two things we have to watch for and root out whenever they rear their ugly heads. Know what they are?
I have recently moved to the Seacoast area of New England, where I’m regularly meeting new people and wondering if any of them will develop into friends. This means . . .
It’s April and time to talk about growing friendships. This month we will focus on how new and old friends require different kinds of care.
In a good friendship you cannot be the only one adjusting your pace.
The goal in friendship is much like the goal in tennis. 🎾
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Every pairing between two people creates a new pace. This is why friendships give us something we cannot produce by ourselves.
When we enrolled our son in preschool, the teacher used to announce new people with “Look, a new friend.”
A friend is a companion, a word that comes from the French meaning with-bread (com = with, pain = bread).