Pandemic friendships, and how to mend a broken heart
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This year has seen even our closest friendships turn into long-distance ones; what is the impact - and the thought spirals - of your A-list friends becoming peripheral specks in your vision? We discuss, with a funny and thought-provoking piece by Katie Heaney for The Cut. Also today, we natter about how to mend a broken heart, and the evolving nature of romantic relationships, with a special reading from the author Nick Hornby. E-mail [email protected] [email protected] Shop with 100% profits going to charity (50% Black Minds Matter, 50% Freedom Charity) Links Are All My Friends Mad At Me? By Katie Heaney, for The Cut High Fidelity, by Nick Hornby Schitt's Creek, on Netflix Guys We F****d - Heartbreak Is Universal? with Guy Winch The Psychology of Friendship, by Mahzad Hojjit Us, on BBC iPlayer Safe Spaces for Black Women, created by Leyla Hussein Dawn French's Desert Island Discs, 2012 on Radio 4 The Wife, by Meg Wolitzer   See for privacy and opt-out information.
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