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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
Funny friendship quotes help to put this strange business called friendship into perspective.
By Laura Evans
If you want to meet new friends, it comes down to putting yourself out there and making a good first impression.
By Rachel Mork
A friend who wishes to help a friend in need should take a sensitive approach. Don't be judgmental, and focus on how you can provide companionship or help free up your friend's time.
By Alice Langholt
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
Friendship is one of the most important connections that people have. Some of the factors that influence our friendships include trust, common interests, common values, and a mutual understanding of each others' needs.
By Elton Gahr
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
To forgive is important for healing a relationship between another person and yourself and to prevent making yourself sick.
By Christy Birmingham
Friendship crafts celebrate the special bond you and another have forged over time. Honor your friend with a creative craft.
By Lisa Bower
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
Forgiveness isn't easy, but it can do wonders for you and your relationships.
By Neil Bartlett
What might seem like a friendship on the surface can easily be a relationship in which one friend is being taken for granted by another. Learn to spot the red friendship flags of being used.
By Victoria Welch
If you're feeling lonely, take note of these 10 ways to make friends-even without making use of the Internet.
By Rachel Mork
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
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
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
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
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
Here, five stealthy ways that your pals can help you meet even more great people.
By Kimberly Dawn Neumann
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