Need more love in your life? While many of us focus on romantic relationships what about one of the most important relationships in life? Your FRIENDships -- loving, happy and healthy ones.
Here are eight ways you can be there for someone who is grieving:
The better question is, how do we break this cycle of feminine destruction among women? We begin with the embrace of our own insecurities, and the allowance of those insecurities to become our strengths.
I met Ross my freshman year in college. Eleven years my senior, he was my philosophy adjunct professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. He was cute, Jewish, and intensely attentive. Just my type.
Toxic means poisonous, damaging or deadly. A toxic relationship drains the life from you, damages your self-esteem, or kills your dreams. While this sounds deadly, toxic relationships can be subtle and do vast harm before we realize it.
As the years pass, this amazing gift of friendship continues to grow. Sometimes we'll go a year without talking and yet we pick right back up where we left off the minute we gather. We carve out 4-5 days, push the pause button on our lives at home and come together to laugh, cry, laugh more, share and listen to what the others are facing in their day-to-day.
Ladies, we're on the same team. We're in this thing together. Relationships are hard work, love is a battlefield, men can simultaneously be annoyingly simple and absurdly confusing. The friendships we strike and the support we provide one another is powerful. Please, let's put each other first.
There is so much beauty in the world. All you have to do is leave your comfort zone to see it.
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There are a lot of things I don't miss about college. Trying to fake my way through math class, for example. I don't miss that. Not knowing what I wan...
We've all felt the power of shame. We feel exposed, totally flawed, and hopeless to do anything about it. Shame can be so devastating that all we want to do is hide.
I heard screaming from the basement. Moms have a "scream gauge." We know when the scream is a benign scream (472 times in a day) or when it is a "drop everything and run" scream. In my panic and rush to get to them, I fell down the last few steps.
Every human interaction is an opportunity for giving love. All of us are either offering love or expressing our big need to be loved. There's nothing else. Both situations give us the opportunity to share love with the other.
Yes, we love our spouses and family, but there's something about a girlfriend that helps us see life differently.
People want to be known. The greatest friends are those who "get us" and allow us, even help us, to become fully ourselves.
Use this guide to raise every red flag out there. Your cat poster will thank you later.