Friend Me by Donna Carter

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From Virtual Friends to Authentic Relationships…With the rise of social media, more of us are managing our relationships online instead of in person. Technology that was meant to make communication easier and faster for busy people may have met its goal, but often at the expense of intimacy and meaningful conversation. In many cases, friendship has become a status decided by the click of a mouse. Kindling a relationship or cutting one off is as simple as "friending" someone or removing that person from your list. And someone with a thousand-plus online pals may be the loneliest person on the planet.

About Donna Carter

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Donna Carter is a dynamic, much-sought-after speaker in Canada and the United States because of her clarity, humor, and the light-bulb moments she triggers for women seeking help on their spiritual journeys. Donna and her husband, Randy, founded Straight Talk Ministries to pursue their passion of helping people find faith and apply it to everyday life. The Carters live in Canada with two teenage daughters, Kendall and Kevann.
Published January 10, 2013 by Whitaker House. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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Drawing on an abundance of diverse personal experiences, Carter (10 Smart Things Women Can Do to Build a Better Life) addresses the importance of maintaining a strong circle of friends. Advocating dep

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