I was recently asked by someone (who I knew for all of about 30 minutes prior to him asking) if I had ever been in love. And when I was forced to admit my honest answer, no, it got me thinking.
Thank you for challenging us. You call us out when we’re getting lazy and refuse to let us settle for anything other than what we deserve.
At some point or another, life tears even the best people apart and it’s not always malicious or intentional. It’s just the way things happen.
You can’t be friends with everyone. So whatever happens, don’t ever isolate yourself, but be sure to choose your friends well.
The difference between your best guy friend and all other guys is that you don’t need to tell your best friend what you’re thinking – because he already knows.
You have to constantly remind yourself that just because a given friend is free, doesn’t necessarily mean they want to hang out.
Don’t feel bad if one or more of these things hit home; we’ve all been guilty at one time or another.
Like any young, 20-something, I’ve had my fair share of mean girls. But what do you do when the mean girl is your best friend?
Once college ends, it sort of becomes all you can talk about for a period of time. And when you get drunk with your buddies after those diplomas have been handed out? You start every other conversation with, “Oh my god, do you remember that time we ____??”
Can’t drink? No problem. I’m here to help.