Everyone has a bucket list — a list of things they want to get accomplished before a deadline, but how many of those activities would just better with your best friend in tow?
While sometimes this judgment is justified, most things aren't worth ending a friendship over, whether you're a teen or an adult.
Everyone wants to be a supportive friend and help their squad find love, but there are those times when a couple just isn't working
it's time to figure out who that person is, and whether or not your friendship is strong enough to withstand the stresses of potentially tense travel situations.
You and your best friend forever — your BFF — have known each for as long as you remember, and you talk to them about everything, but do you really know them inside and out?
Visit any U.S. state, and you'll find that somewhere around two to five percent of its citizens belong to a community commonly known as LGBTQ: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and queer.
In life, friends come and go. The problem is, you can't always tell who's in it for the long haul or who's just a unreliable, fake friend.