Friendship Articles

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Friendships can be an incredible way to connect with other humans. Friends can spend time together, get to know each other profoundly, and be there for each other in difficult moments. However, some friendships may be unhealthy, which can lead to mental health challenges. In modern times, it can be difficult to discern who is a friend, an acquaintance, or a toxic person who doesn’t have your best interests at heart. 

The following articles discuss the definition of friendship and what traits to expect from a friend. You’ll learn to identify an unhealthy friendship, make positive friends, and distance yourself from a friend you no longer want to associate with.

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