Information about Friendship - Welcome to the Friendship category page. This page is the starting point for all of our articles about Friendship.

Our experienced team of topic experts have unique knowledge about this interesting area, and they have created well written articles that contain recommendations and time-tested solutions in the Friendship interest arena. You can get help in formulating new projects, you'll discover things you didn't know about Friendship, you will gain time savings, this will help you know what to look out for, and you're likely to save money in the process.

If you don't find the article that fills the bill on this Friendship page, please use the browse category bar at the top. If browsing by topic doesn't help you find the information, please enter keywords in the article search box above.

Popular Articles
Friendship crafts celebrate the special bond you and another have forged over time. Honor your friend with a creative craft.
By Lisa Bower
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
If you want to meet new friends, it comes down to putting yourself out there and making a good first impression.
By Rachel Mork
Take a look at four key reasons why diversity is important in the workplace.
By Philip Lop
Friendship sayings are often famous quotes that help remind you just how special your friends are.
By Lisa Bower
Research has shown that friends are good for you and can even lead to longevity.
By Melanie Grimes
Office gossip can be juicy, but it is damaging to the career of the gossip and the person being gossiped about. It may also harm those who listen, comment, or spread the rumors. Avoid it at all costs.
By Alice Langholt
Did you know that your best pal can reveal what kind of person you'll click with romantically? Learn all about it here.
By Mackenzie Dawson
Fake friends will take advantage of you and talk behind your back. Learn to spot this type of person to save headaches and heartaches.
To forgive is important for healing a relationship between another person and yourself and to prevent making yourself sick.
By Christy Birmingham
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
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
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
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 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
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
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
Ending a relationship, even if you've only dated a few times, can be tough. How do you get the job done without hurting the other person's feelings? What if you're being too low-key and the message isn't registering? Here is a sign-by-sign guide to the graceful way to say goodbye.
By Barrie Dolnick
© 2015 Life123, Inc. All rights reserved. An IAC Company