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Dr. Michelle on Today–Friend Breakups

Events, News and Events

Tactful ways to break up with friends Women’s Health magazine’s Michelle Callahan shares tips for ridding your life of people who are dragging you down.  

Dr. Michelle on the CBS Early Show

Events, News and Events

Women’s Health contributor and psychologist Dr. Michelle Callahan appeared as a guest on CBS’s The Early Show discussing a new study that shows women are outpacing men in education and income. Find out the implications of this economic shift and what it means for marriages.

Dr. Michelle on LX New York–Bullies at Work

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Women’s Health Magazine advice columnist Dr. Michelle appeared on LX New York to offer her tips on how to deal with female bullies at work. Click here to read Dr. Michelle’s blog “Ten Tips on Dealing with Female Bullies at Work.”

Read an excerpt of “Ms. Typed”

Blog, Ms. Typed

Ms. Typed, by Michelle R. Callahan, Ph.D., M.A. – Excerpt TYPED Discover Your True Dating Personality and Rewrite Your Romantic Future MS. Michelle R. Callahan, Ph.D. crown publishers new york Copyright © 2009 by Michelle R. Callahan All rights reserved. Published in the United States by Crown Publishers, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, […]

My friend has stopped being there for me, what should I do?

Ask Dr. Michelle

I need some advice. I have a friend who when I need someone to talk to seems as if she’s never there. While talking to her on the phone she either talks to others in the background, doesn’t respond back, or says “What did you say again?” I am very hurt by this because recently when I called her to talk, I was very upset about a dying family member and she did the same things. But meanwhile, when she’s having man problems she calls me day or night and I give her my undivided attention. What should I do?