If your friend is in a toxic relationship and going through a hard time, an intervention may be necessary before things get worse.
Is your friend ignoring you all of a sudden and you don't know why? Well, only they know for sure, but here are some reasons why they might be ghosting and what to do about it.
Everyone talks about how to manage a romantic break-up, but what if you need to separate from a friend? Learn the valid reasons for leaving a friendship and a list of ways to do it as responsibly and as cleanly as possible.
In this time of social distancing and COVID-19, what can introverts do to help friends who are not-so-used to staying at home?
This article has an original collection of inspirational and motivational good morning messages for friends and loved ones to help you wish them a good day.
Do you have good 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 good friends.
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.
When a young couple preparing for marriage intentionally chooses to hang out with an older couple, they can partake in fun activities and their lives will be enriched far into their future.
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.
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.
Does your best friend like you more than just a friend? Maybe you've known each other since you were children, or maybe they've helped you through a hard time. If you suspect that your best friend has feelings for you, you may be right. Let's take a look at the tell-tale signs.
Unfortunately, sometimes we grow apart from people and realize that we need to end certain friendships. It can be extremely difficult and awkward to do so, especially if your friend does not easily pick up on hints. Here are 5 sneaky psychological tricks to phase someone out without seeming rude.
Unfortunately, some people lack social awareness and empathy; here are are 6 signs that it's time to phase out your toxic, narcissistic friend. Do they intrude on your life regularly, yet treat you badly? If so, you're better off without them.
Not everyone you cross paths with will like you and truly want you to be their friend, even if they appear to enjoy your company. In this article, I will share some psychologically-proven ways to determine whether someone is your real friend or merely a distant, detached acquaintance.
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 have no friends or very few? Do you have a hard time meeting new people, and are the people around you not very close to you? Here's what might be going on.
We all want to improve ourselves and become better people. In the process, we would like to meet like-minded people and make new friends. Here are four principles of communication that will set you apart from the crowd and make you a magnet for new friends.
It’s unsurprising that some daughters of emotionally absent mothers struggle to trust other women. Their inner worlds got neglected as kids and their feelings were trivialized. They now find it hard to open up and be vulnerable. Yet, that's exactly what's necessary for them to build friendships.
Is your friend a success and it's suddenly bothering you? Are you wondering how to stop being jealous of your friend once and for all? Take a look at these nine ways to keep the rivalry at bay.
Happy New Year! As always, it's time for us to sit down, figure out what we really want, and go for it. If you're looking to improve your life, here is my first article on a great new year resolution.
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.
Do you have fake friends? Did you know they can ruin your life? You should recognize toxic people and avoid them.
Sometimes it's the small things that count. Friends come and go, but the memories stay forever. Real friends will make you want to be around them. Let's discuss what makes up these friends special and how it's more intuitively in our control than you might think.
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.
Do you suspect that you might have a jealous friend bringing you down? Here are some not-so-obvious signs of jealousy to help you figure it out.
No matter how busy you are, it's important to find time for your best friend. If you want to strengthen your friendship and enjoy more quality time together, here are some fun ways to stay connected!
What a pen friend is and how to find one.
Suspicious, insecure wives feel better without single women around them. Single-again women who pine for the companionship they lost are the worst kind; but all of them are not callous and conniving.
Many of us hold on to friendships long after they've soured and their expiration date has passed. Ending one is awkward and sad and can feel like a failure. Yet, it's often necessary and even empowering as we take good care of ourselves by eliminating those who drain and deplete us.
“What is this, 20 questions?” Nope! We've got 170 questions! That is, 170 “favorite things” questions to ask your friends and family!
How do you know if your friendship with someone is strong and healthy? Find out how to identify---and avoid---some of the toxic behaviors that can cause a friendship to fall apart.