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Confident men, insecure friend

3 Signs Your INSECURE Friend Is Sabotaging Your Chance With QUALITY Guys

Emotionally healthy, confident men won’t be drawn to you if your insecure friend drains your energy and sabotages your self-esteem. He values a woman who respects herself and requires respectful friends. She knows her value without constant reminders. This man wants a woman who exudes confidence and happiness before he enters the picture. A good confident […]

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empowering friends

These 3 Questions Reveal Whether Or Not You Have The ‘Right’ Friends

It may just be time… Do you have one of those friends who is negative, blames everyone else for her problems, and criticizes EVERYONE? You question why you keep hanging out with her, but she’s convenient and likes to do similar things. I mean, who wants to be alone all the time or miss out […]

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stop staying stuck

How To Deal When Your BFF Wants Her Problems More Than Your Advice

Seriously, why didn’t we learn this in fourth grade? Have you ever felt really confident about the sound advice you just know will FINALLY help a friend solve her problem — only to watch her completely ignore it, or maybe even ask others for help as she disregards yours?  It’s the kind of thing that can make you doubt not only your friendship, […]

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Toxic Women Friendship

It’s OK To Let A Friendship End — It Means You’re Growing

Let go. It can be painful when female friendships end — but at the same time if the relationship has become stressful or frustrating, it can also feel like a relief. We know that when one door closes another opens, and it’s important to stay focused on quality gal pals who are positive-minded while bringing out your […]

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Define Relative

Let’s Define Relative & Why What’s Important To You May Not Be To Someone Else

The comment, “It’s all relative,” can diminish something we think is important. Let’s define relative so you can learn how to use it to improve your life rather than feel hurt by it. Have you ever been frustrated that you thought something (good or bad) was a big deal and someone else didn’t? The law […]

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