Do you have real friends that you can count on during tough times? It's hard to believe it sometimes. It might be something you're doing, or it could be the people you surround yourself with. Read on to find out why it might feel like you have no friends.
Learn how to identify the unhealthy behavior of a toxic friend and how to end the friendship so that you’re no longer affected by their misconduct.
This is a collection of over a hundred humorous and witty compliments you can tell your friends to make their day.
Do you suspect that your friend is using you? Sometimes it may not be clear whether someone is a user or they genuinely want to get to know you. Check out some of the signs here.
If you're trying to come up with a good nickname for yourself, your pet, or a fictional character, then you've come to the right place. A great list of choices is waiting for you below.
“What is this, 20 questions?” Nope! We've got 170 questions! That is, 170 “favorite things” questions to ask your friends and family!
Some people have difficulty accepting advice even when they ask for it. This is a series of questions and answers to make sense of the issue.
How should you handle a friend who has different political views? Can you still be friends? Here's how to handle the nuances of differing values in your relationships.
Unfortunately, people don't necessarily broadcast their true intentions, so any of us can be fooled by a phony person wanting to get closer to us. Protect yourself from phony people by learning the 12 signs that you're dealing with someone who is fake.
Do you ever worry that the people around you aren't genuine friends? Learn the signs of a fake friend and spare yourself the toxic drama.
Ending a friendship is no fun but often necessary and sometimes even empowering. It's a way to take a stand and look out for ourselves, eliminating those who drain and deplete us.
In an age where digital Face Time has replaced authentic face-to-face time, the number of people who report feeling lonely has skyrocketed. Since social interaction is vital to our well-being, I started a neighborhood group to help restore the sense of belonging I was missing.
When a young couple preparing for marriage intentionally chooses to hang out with an older couple, fun activities on their schedule will increase and their lives will be enriched far into their future.
Have you been unfriended or unfollowed or untweeted on social media? How did it make you feel? Have questions about why it happened? It could be one of the following things.