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In the Media | 06.11.18

Doctoral Student Shares Healthy Friendship Advice with Bustle

Bustle featured Rachel D. Miller, M.A. ’17 and a current doctoral student at Adler University’s Chicago Campus, in an article about setting boundaries in friendships. Miller, who is a practicing marriage and family therapist, shared her perspective on how to nurture positive, healthy friendships.

“If the friendship is one that is important to you, determine how you can assert yourself, and advocate for your needs in a way that supports you and the relationship,” Miller said.

Read the Bustle article, “9 Boundaries You Should Have In Your Friendships, According To Experts.”

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