Why can't women be friends?
Women seem to have issues when it comes to jealously, envy, and all around mean behavior. While not all women display these qualities it seems to be prevalent with women. Why? Why is it that there is a larger propensity for women to be-friend women they envy or do not like but continue to spend time around them developing information on another women. Have you been a victim of this?
I think it's important to get your surroundings as well as yourself into a positive state - meaning surround yourself with positive people, not the kind who are negative and jealous of everything you do.
Can you pinpoint issues you have had with women and why you feel your friendship went bad? Was it because you found the man of your dreams or received a promotion that paid you more money or do you look significantly better than your friends? The evidence of such issues resulted in the creation of the word frenemies. The urban dictionary defines frenemy as: An enemy disguised as a friend. A person who you treat and whom treats you as a friend but if they are given a chance would "cut your throat" or get one over on you/put themselves first.
How to deal with frenemies
- How to Deal With Frenemies: 8 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
How to Deal With Frenemies. Would you even know if you had frenemies? They're the people in your life who purport to be a friend but do some oddly enemy-like things to you on more than an occasional basis, and in a way that seems pretty...
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