Irene S. Levine, Ph.D., the Huffington Post's "Friendship Doctor," is a psychologist, a journalist, and a professor at New York University Medical School. She writes frequently for such publications as The New York Times, Health, Ladies' Home Journal, Reader's Digest, Self, and Better Homes and Gardens, and blogs at www.TheFriendshipBlog.com. She lives in New York.
"For anyone who has ever had a friend, but especially for those
who've ended close relationships, Irene Levine has written a
beautiful guide to recovery and healing. It's a book filled with
honest reflections and heartfelt advice." -Jeffrey Zaslow, "New
York Times" bestselling author of "The Girls from Ames" and
co-author of "The Last Lecture"
"Finally, a book that helps you get through the "other" type of breakup." -Andrea Lavinthal and Jessica Rozler, authors of "Friend or Frenemy?"
"The end of a friendship is painful and sad, regardless of the circumstances. Dr. Irene Levine explores this difficult subject with insight and heart, plus a look at the latest research. Her guidance is especially interesting and helpful regarding Facebook and other new developments that are changing the meaning of friendship in today's world." -Florence Isaacs, author of "Toxic Friends/True Friends" and "What Do You Say When..."
"Dr. Irene Levine's "Best Friends Forever: Surviving