YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE I CAN TELL: INSIDE THE LANGUAGE OF WOMEN'S FRIENDSHIPS
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"At a time when the messages we give and get have so many more ways to be misconstrued and potentially damaging, a book that takes apart our language becomes almost vital to our survival as friends." -THE WASHINGTON POST
READ ARTICLES BASED ON THE BOOK
The New York Times, "My Mother Speaks Through Me"
The Washington Post, "Women Friends Like to Handle Conflicts by Talking Them Out. But Does It Work?"
Time.com, "Why Friends Ghost on Even Their Closest Pals"
New York Magazine, "A Linguist Breaks Down What We Really Mean When We Call Our Friends 'Close'"
The Atlantic, "The (Sometimes Unintentional) Subtext of Digital Conversations"
The New York Times, "Women's Friendships, in Sickness and in Health"