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Thinking about seducing your boss? Check out these reasons to find someone else to think about.
By Rachel Mork
Friendship sayings are often famous quotes that help remind you just how special your friends are.
By Lisa Bower
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
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
Loyalty is important for maintaining a friendship, as it implies trust. Loyalty of customers also aids businesses.
By Christy Birmingham
Funny friendship quotes help to put this strange business called friendship into perspective.
By Laura Evans
Like any relationship, friendships require effort, especially if you think a friend has betrayed you. You need to know not only how to repair a broken friendship but also how to tell when you should just let it go.
By Jody Morse
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
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
So, your girlfriend's best buds are always giving you "dirty" looks. They're constantly badmouthing you to your lady, or sabotaging your plans. You have come to the devastating conclusion that they don't like you at all.
By Janet Grischy
If you've got a friend in mind that you wouldn't mind getting tangled up in the sheets with, consider the pros and cons of being FWB (friends with benefits) before you give it a go.
By Nichole Smith
No matter the reason you are leaving a job, writing farewell letters to coworkers is a good idea, especially if you want to stay on their good side following your departure and if you want to thank them for the time you spend together. A farewell letter should be short, specific and informative.
By Lisa Bower
One class I wish I had taken in college was "Work Gossip 101." While this class probably does not exist, it should. I no longer work in an office setting, but I remember the damage of idle gossip very clearly. When my friends have complaints about their jobs, it's seldom related to the job itself.
By Stephanie Banfield
Are your friends, your go-to people for dating advice, giving you the wrong suggestions?
By Lydia Nicoll
Dealing with personality conflicts at work is never anyone's idea of fun, but it is inevitable in the complex world of office dynamics. Learn how to keep the tempers down as easily as possible.
By Aysha Schurman
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
The best vitamin for making friends is B1.
By Minnie Chatterfield
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