As the saying goes, “You can’t pick your family, but you can pick your friends.” But, friendship is a more complicated, subtle and sensitive affair than we tend to think. Since friends are not lovers or family, we often put them in this middle distance. Our expectation levels surrounding friends can be a bit nebulous, and often, so is the way we deal with the natural movements of friendships. How do you handle gossip? Betrayal? The telling of secrets? Ethical Wisdom for Friends is a simple, edifying, and entertaining look at these concepts for seekers who are interested in hands-on advice to navigate common relationship dilemmas.