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Brighton Publishing’s author Nicole Zangara interviewed for article in The Boston Globe
In a September 27th online article for the Boston Globe titled, “Friends don’t let friends miss ‘Breaking Bad,’” by Beth Teitell, author Nicole Zangara discusses her thoughts on friendship, loyalty, and the world of entertainment
With hit television shows drawing more and more attention every week, people can’t help but share their favorite viewing ‘choices’ with their closest friends. At some point, though, there will inevitably be a line crossed, or a situation that requires wise counsel.
“I feel personally connected to shows…it hurts my feelings if people don’t like them,” stated one woman from the article (http://www.boston.com/
That’s where Surviving Female Friendships:
Author and licensed clinical social worker, Nicole Zangara shares her feelings on an often overlooked subject: entertainment and the differing tastes between friends. As a well-respected author and a student of social behavior, Ms. Zangara displays her wide-ranging understanding of the relational aspects of shared interests and the impacts they can have on a developing friendship.
“…a thorough exploration of female friendships...a must read!”
“…an insightful narration into the world of female friendships…
~ Amazon Reader Reviews
Filled with relatable anecdotes and interviews—Ms. Zangara serves up an encouraging assortment of true tales from women of all ages—a journey of discovery for yourself and those around you.
Nicole Zangara has a Bachelor of Arts from American University in Washington, DC, and a Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. A licensed clinical social worker, she provides psychotherapy to people of all ages and backgrounds. Born and raised in Massachusetts, she now calls Arizona home after moving to be closer to family. When she is not working or writing, she enjoys spending time traveling, hiking, and enjoying family and friends.