Situation: Sarah and Ann have been friends for a long time and they work at the same place. They met very often and were close enough to consider each other a good friend. Ann, however, started behaving a bit strange recently. She started not wanting to meet Sarah as often, and she started coming to … More Brain-Storming 4
Lately, I’ve been thinking about the fact that we know and meet with lots of people and we label some of them as being our friends. But are they really our friends? What does being a friend really means? It’s about getting in touch and meet once in a month or so and talk … More How many of your friends are really your friends?
How important is to know your friends and why is so important? I’ve watched this podcast where Vanessa Van Edwards talks about how important is to know your friends from a reactive point of view, if we can name it like that. We have multiple types of friends. We have the dream killers (as … More Knowing your friends
Anyone can name their friends, right? But how do you differentiate between friends and acquaintances? The amount of time you spend talking with them? The things you say to them? What kind of things you say to a friend? If you think a certain person is your friend, does that person think the same? … More The “Friends” Debate