Friendships are essential to human happiness and well-being. They can bring laughter, joy, stimulation as well as provide support, comfort and solace, but like all relationships they need to be nurtured to grow and survive. Like the other little books in this series this is a book to offer help and advice, packed with inspiring quotes and practical tips about nurturing your friendships and how to form new ones.
The nuances of friendships can be hard to grasp, to be a good friend is a skill to be learned, so this book in itself can be a friend to turn to.
About the Author
Tiddy Rowan first practiced meditation in 1971 and has been a student ever since. Her lifelong journey has taken her into all aspects of self-awareness, incorporating teachings from Lao Tzu to the Zen masters, as well as the most current aspects of cognitive therapy. Her previous books include The Little Book of Mindfulness and The Little Book of Love, both published by Quadrille.