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I don't know about the average heterosexual male, but most of my relationships have been products of friendship. You get close to a woman, spend time with her, and eventually things just develop into more.
By Susan Quilty
Distance and time can be tough on a friendship, but they don't have to be.It takes effort to maintain any relationship, but, if you're willing to put the work into it, a friendship can last a long time.
By Tina Callison
Sometimes the hurt one inflicts upon another is deliberate. Sometimes it's unintentional. Either way, the pain can be deep and haunting. We can become consumed by this pain, the resentment, the anger and forgiveness doesn't even seem to be an option - but, it is.
By Elton Gahr
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
Research has shown that friends are good for you and can even lead to longevity.
By Melanie Grimes
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
Loyalty is important for maintaining a friendship, as it implies trust. Loyalty of customers also aids businesses.
By Christy Birmingham
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
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
Learning how to make new friends while holding on to older friendships might feel tricky, but there are several commonsensical approaches you can take.
By Lydia Nicoll
As humans one of our most basic needs is friendship. The emotional connections forged through our experiences with our friends can shape our very lives. Your friends can serve as protectors shielding you from trouble, or also as your guides opening your eyes to new experiences that will forever enrich your life.
By Todd Pheifer
With friendship tattoos, you will always remember your friend and will be reminded of the good times you have shared together.
By Lisa Bower
A work spouse can make the working hours much more enjoyable, but many people don't realize they've crossed the line from friend to professional spouse.
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
Learning how to make new friends might seem difficult, but the hardest part of it is merely taking a chance and putting yourself out there.
By Rachel Mork
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
Need advice on getting a girl's attention during work? Learn how to show interest and slowly escalate things without making her uncomfortable or making yourself look goofy.
By Rachel Mork
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