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Toxic Friendships: Reading the Signs of Destructive Relationships – and Letting Them Go

Toxic Friendships: Reading the Signs of Destructive Relationships – and Letting Them Go by Areesha Babar. Photograph of a sign that reads "Goodbye Friends" by Jan Tinneberg
Photograph by Jan Tinneberg

We all attract relationships for various reasons. It’s important self-care to discern who feeds our spirit and wellbeing — and let go of those who don’t

Humans, by nature, are social animals. It is as essential to have friends as it is to have a family. Friends can guide and support us at every stage. Our friendships can have a tremendous impact on our lives; that’s why it matters who we chose as

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