Among friends: who we like, why we like them, and what we do with them

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McGraw-Hill, 1987 - Family & Relationships - 416 pages
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Provides insights into the subject of friendship, such as the ten most common things friends disagree over, how and why friends separate, and how friends between men differ from friendships between women

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Pogrebin analyzes friendship and friendship patterns in the United States. Relying on published research, interviews, and personal anecdotes, she distinguishes seven basic relationships, including ... Read full review

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The Dinner Party
3
Or How to Tell the Difference
21
A Friend Is Someone Who
36
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