This month, five episodes about friendship.
Podcast: Life Kit
Episode: “Make New Friends (And Keep Them)” (August 2019, 23 min) - Select where to listen
Making new friends can be awkward. Embrace it and dive in. This episode offers some practical tips for navigating the tricky terrain of making new friends (and keeping them).
Podcast: Therapy for Black Girls
Episode: “Session 118: Making Friends As An Adult” (August 2019, 48 min) - Select where to listen
Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, host and licensed psychologist, discussed the challenges and rewards of making friends as an adult with her guest, Dr. Marisa Franco.
Podcast: Death, Sex & Money
Episode: “Between Friends: Your Stories About Race and Friendship” (January 2020, 48 min) - Select where to listen
Listener stories about how race, identity, and racism have impacted friendships.
Podcast: Other Men Need Help
Episode: “I Miss You. Period.” (August 2020, 31 min) - Select where to listen
Why is it so hard for men to be vulnerable in their platonic relationships? This episode digs into that question by exploring one specific friendship between Darnell and Dimetrius.
Podcast: The Next Big Idea
Episode: “FRIENDSHIP: The Science and Power of Life’s Deepest Bond” (June 2020, 48 min) - Select where to listen
Journalist Lydia Denworth wrote “Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, and Extraordinary Power of Life’s Fundamental Bond,” which explored the science of friendship. She is the guest on this episode where she digs into the research that is the underpinning of her book.
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