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A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
You need to do something that is causing a bit of worry. You ask a friend to go with you feeling that his or her presence will help ease your anxiety. Does having a friend with you really make those activities less worrisome? Well, according to the latest research, the answer is yes.
Codependence and Codependent Relationships
ďCodependenceĒ can refer to any unhealthy dependence on a relationship. Could you be codependent? This article defines codependent behavior and helps you identify problem behaviors.
Conflict Resolution for Families
Because good intentions arenít always enough, here are some ways to handle and repair conflict at family gatherings. I also urge you to consider new perspectives on old patterns to evaluate whether they still fit with your values and goals, or if itís time for a change.
Friendships across Time
Do you have memories of playing outside with your neighborhood friends until your mom called you in for dinner? Didnít friendships seem so easy and effortless back then? Then adulthood hit and our focus, interests, and future goals began to scatter us in many different directions.
How to Deal with Difficult People
Do know someone who is always criticizing, questioning, or judging your decisions? How about a coworker who always seems angry? While it is sometimes impossible to avoid these situations, here are a few things we can do to insulate ourselves from difficult people.
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