Journaling Through Relationships: Your Circle of Friends

“I would rather walk with a friend in the dark, than alone in the light.” ― Helen Keller ADULT FRIENDSHIPS are qualitatively and quantitatively different from those of our youth — even when those friendships are holdovers from that earlier time. And they are as important as ever. Friendship helps protect us […]

Journaling through Relationships: Adult Friendships 4

“A friend is someone who can brighten your day with a simple smile, when others try to do it with a thousand words.” ― Beth Nimmo “Some of the friendships I’ve found as an adult are far more rewarding than those forged out of the convenience of adolescence.” ― Rachel […]

Journaling Through Relationships: Childhood Besties 2

“The companions of our childhood always possess a certain power over our minds which hardly any later friend can obtain.” ― Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley DO YOU REMEMBER your very first best friend? Of course you do. Next to your family, the first close friend you had when you were young […]

A Week’s Worth of Journaling Prompts: Friendship 1

IT TAKES A LONG TIME TO GROW AN OLD FRIEND. ~ John Leonard Most of us have strong beliefs about what friendships are all about, yet we don’t take the time to examine the assumptions underlying those beliefs. Not that there’s anything wrong with assumptions — it’s just wise to […]