Who are you? Really!! In any given society, there are those who lead, those who follow and those who are simply used (You are either one or the other).
Toxic friends stress you out, use you, are unreliable, are demanding, and don't give you anything back. There are some friendships that we might have to let go for our own mindful happiness.
Effective instructional strategies must be geared towards equipping the learners with the relevant skills to be able to distinguish between two concepts.
Do you feel happy, safe, or relaxed around this person? Or do you feel you must be on your guard like you have to watch everything you do and say?
How can we decide if the person we are spending the most time with is wreaking havoc on our lives? These are some of the signs of a toxic friendship and how we can move past them.
Eye movement, body language and certain conversation patterns are clues that someone is lying.
Overly needy, meddlesome and selfish kinds of friends are the ones you should avoid.
A very logical explanation of why persons who are negative and constantly demeaning are they way they are. An insight into their psyche to unveil the hate, to reveal the hurt underneath.
A young boy refers to bullies as his friends, because he has no idea what true friendship is.
This is a true story about a soft-hearted, all-too-submissive girl trying to befriend an ugly-hearted, all-too-stuck-up person. This is a story about friends that don't deserve to be forever.