Friendship

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The old saying is true: good friends are hard to find. It can be hard to not only maintain friendships but also to determine if a friendship is a healthy one. There are many qualities of a good friend to consider, and the following are just a few you should consider when spending time with old friends and making new ones.
By Lisa Bower
Learning how to make friends online isn't nearly as daunting as you might think. In fact, it's often easier than face to face if you know where to look.
By Rachel Mork
There is a special balance of common sense and politics going on in office break rooms across the country. Most of us naturally abide by these unspoken rules and for good reason. The workday goes a lot smoother when everyone is playing nice.
By Lauren Bove
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
When a friend is in pain, it's only natural to want to cheer them up. Friends can be the crutch people need to get through a rough patch in their lives. After all, when you're upset, it helps to know there is at least one person in the world who is there when you need to cheer up.
By Lisa Bower
Every office has one. The office gossip. You know the person that you avoid because you know the conversation is going to go from bad to worse. It all starts out with small talk, then pretty soon you know more details then you ever cared to know about your co-workers.
By Lauren Bove
You're busy with your young child or children all day as a teacher, caretaker, cook, and playmate. Being a stay-at-home mom is a 24-hour a day job and, although you're never alone, you may get lonely - for adult company in particular.
By Marie Lorraine
Why do relationships work? Many long-term romances are built on a solid base of respect, admiration, communication and friendship. Because long-term friendships have a similar base, you may wake up one day and want to be more than friends.
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
Are your friends, your go-to people for dating advice, giving you the wrong suggestions?
By Lydia Nicoll
Some people have an easy time making friends. Wherever they go, these charming, gregarious people end up chatting to some new stranger and getting invitations to a club, party, or secretive cult.
By Alexandra Heep
Friendships often change after having children.When one friend becomes a parent, a friendship is tested. If both friends are able to make adjustments to the parent's changed schedule, they can preserve and strengthen their bond.
By Alice Langholt
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
Funny friendship quotes help to put this strange business called friendship into perspective.
By Laura Evans
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
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