We've all ended a work or personal relationship badly. Mend a broken connection and you'll regain a valued friend or a colleague -- forever this time.
We'd all like to be better friends — and we should be. Keep your friends close with some simple relationship builders.
Win friends and influence people with these simple techniques of the charming.
What do we value most in life? Family and friends. Keep and strengthen those precious bonds by avoiding these common relationship-busters.
It can be hard to watch a friend struggle through a job search. Show them you care (and help them along the way) with these suggestions.
Whether you've just moved to a new town, are feeling shy, or just want to talk to some interesting people, try out these great ways to meet new folks.
Want to express your gratitude, love, or respect? Show how much you care (not how much money you have) with one of these great ideas.
Paying it forward — doing something nice for someone else — makes that person feel great AND improves your day. Here's how to do it frugally.
We all know that friends are wonderful — but for reasons ranging from good health to accountability, they might be more important than you realize.
Friendship is one of the most important things in the world — but should you talk about money with your friends? Or is it unavoidable?
Living with someone else means cheaper rent, but that's not all. Learn all the reasons why a roommate is great for your wallet AND your well-being.
Do you feel awkward when you try to express condolences? Try these techniques to show your sympathy.
If you think cutthroat competition is the best way to get ahead at work, hold up. Being nice is a better (and, well, nicer) way to end up on top.
Brides, I know you might have your dream wedding planned out. But consider a few humble, frugal dress suggestions from a repeat bridesmaid.
Can you talk to your friends about your debt? Can you talk to your friends about their debt?
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