It’s the friends you can call up at 4 a.m. that matter.
– Marlene Dietrich
The passing of Leonard Nimoy was felt strongly by all of us here at About Men Radio and our thoughts go out to his family and friends. It appears that even in death Mr. Nimoy and his co-star on the legendary science fiction TV classic Star Trek, William Shatner, will be inexorably linked.
That decades long friendship, forged when both men were adults, sparked this week’s podcast discussion between Chris and Pedro.
Are male friendships challenging to form and maintain as adults? What makes these bonds strong and why are they so important?
Several studies show that having close friends makes men happier and live longer but as men get older it may be more difficult for us to cultivate the type of emotional relationships we did when we were younger.
The members of the AMR posse have been close friends since our middle-school years but would it be as intimate a friendship if we’d met much later in life?
As usual, the conversation is frank, funny and deeply insightful.
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