How To Apologize to a Friend (And Get Them To Forgive You)

An apology is not just about the words; it’s about understanding what you did wrong and making an effort to make things better in your friendship or any form of association, most politely and reasonably. 

An apology is like an invisible glue that keeps our human or social connections intact when mistakes and offences arise.

But, making an honest and acceptable apology can be tough for many people.

Friends With Benefits: The Truth About Having A Physically Intimate Relationship With A Friend

Friends with benefits (FWB) is a type of relationship where two people are physically intimate with each other, but they’re not committed to each other like partners are. People involved in a FWB relationship enjoy spending time together but do not have plans of getting married, building a house and raising children together, or any of such things. There simply are no strings attached.

23 Things Toxic Friends Do, and How To Cut Them Off

It’s sad when you don’t have friends to share nice experiences with. However, being alone is better than having toxic friends, because they would ruin your experiences and make you miserable. And the worst part is that you may not even know it’s them. In fact, very toxic friends might end up convincing you that you are the problem.

31 Ways To Strengthen Your Friendships (With Examples)

I’m introverted and a bit asocial. I’m often tempted to stop talking to the few friends I have. But, friends are important. Not just because everyone says so, but because they really are. Apart from the social benefits, friends help you stay sane. Friends reflect your emotions, values, and personality to you. They are the few people who truly see who you are. They are the ones who can save you when you turn against yourself. And, if you’re lucky, they are the ones who will stand by you when the world comes crashing down. 

Good friends don’t have to be perfect. You don’t have to like everything about them. If you are honest, you will agree you don’t even like everything about yourself.