Jacqueline Mroz, Montclair, NJ.  03/13/2017  Photo by Steve Hockstein/HarvardStudio.com

Jacqueline Mroz

Jacqueline Mroz is a science writer for the New York Times and other outlets. Girl Talk: What Science Can Tell Us About Female Friendship is out this month from Seal Press.
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Is It Better for Friendships to Drift Apart or Have a Clean Break?

by Jacqueline Mroz

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