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If you are starting to feel as if a friend has turned on you, consider whether jealousy is rearing its ugly head.
By Lydia Nicoll
True forgiveness is more about ourselves than anyone else.
By Sarah Parrish
Wondering how to deal with an ex in the office? Getting through that breakup when you see each other every day can be a real challenge, but these tips will help.
By Alice Langholt
Just what I always wanted, my own little bunny rabbit. I will name him George, and I will hug him and pet him and squeeze him. Hugo, the Abominable Snowman
By Minnie Chatterfield
Grief is a part of the natural flow and journey of life; it can occur during the most discouraging times, but teaches some of life's most valuable lessons. When a loved one is grieving a loss, there are some things that you can do to help them through the process.
By Philip Lop
Making a friend requires making an effort, and don’t underestimate the power of a smile. Expand your social circle with these tips.
By Conny Manero
When a guy introduces you to his friends, it is a major step for a relationship. He wouldn't want you to meet his guy friends if he didn't like you, if he wasn't proud to make that introduction and if he wasn't considering making your relationship something more serious.
By Lisa Bower
Many of us make lifelong friends with a coworker, but you need to watch out for blurring the line between work and play. You should also take extra care to avoid favoritism on the job, especially if one of you is in a higher position.
By Steve Thompson
When the time comes to end a lost friendship, it may be difficult to navigate, but it can be handled with class, and you can move on with your life.
By Lisa Bower
If you've just moved or have been busy, you might want to open up your social circle and make new friends. By getting involved in activities that interest you, you'll find it easier to start conversations with people whose interests are similar to yours.
By Tina Callison
Good friends are hard to find. Fortunately, universally recognized symbols of friendship are in much greater supply.
By Lisa Bower
Moving to a new location evokes a range of emotions. If the move is job, family, or school related, you may be excited about embarking on a new journey. Even though some people think that adults or males adjust easier to living in a new location, a change of this nature is drastic.
By Alexandra Heep
Little girls trade Barbie clothes and teenagers share secrets and dreams, but what do women do to keep their friendships alive and flourishing? Although we vow never to lose touch, we and our female companions disappear down separate paths as we begin pursuing careers and having families and lives of our own.
By Mary P Ivy
You love your friends. You're crazy about your new guy. The only problem is that the friends and fellow just can't get along.
By Victoria Welch
You want to do everything possible to make him happy and to make a good first impression when he introduces you to his friends. We will show you how.
By Nichole Smith
If you want to meet new friends, it comes down to putting yourself out there and making a good first impression.
By Rachel Mork
One of the hardest transitions in life is when your best friend moves away. It leaves an empty space in your life that little else can fill. But it doesn't have to be this way. Here are a few suggestions on how to have a healthy long distance friendship.
By Todd Pheifer
These work pranks will not only liven up the work day, they will also make you the official Jim Halpert of your office.
By Jennifer Maughan
No matter how you view friendships, keeping friends can be hard when one friend moves away. The challenge is knowing how to be a good friend and finding ways to adapt to the change in proximity and still stay close.
By Alice Langholt
How to tell the difference between friends and acquaintances.
By Conny Manero
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