Some revelations defy introduction or context:
In a bizarre interview with ABC News, the one American who has spent significant time with North Koran leader Kim Jong Eun — former NBA star Dennis Rodman — said Sunday that he considers the human rights violator his “friend.”
“He’s a good guy to me. He’s my friend,” Rodman said. “I don’t condone what he does, but as a person to person, he’s my friend.”
Let’s own up, here, shall we? We’ve all been guilty of making the offhand comment about our friends, or even outright shit-talking about them behind their backs. We’ve snarkily teamed up on people, been clique-y, been sorry excuses for mean girls.
Well, ladies, all that is about to end. Part of being a good friend, since you asked, is being a good person, and here are five ways you can get to work on that: More
College Candy has a great post up about how to be in a relationship without losing your friends. As someone who once got dropped faster than a hot potato whenever a girlfriend met a new guy, I think it’s really important to maintain your sense of self even when you’re happily coupled up. Here are a couple other things to keep in mind: More
We all have that one friend — the chick who needs the attention of every man (and woman) in the room, gets progressively more aggressive the more she drinks, and who often flirts so unabashedly that it becomes uncomfortable for … More