best friends - page 3

Jan 28, 2011

Single Girl Society: Stand By Your Single Sisters

Look, I know it’s cheesy but as single ladies, we’re only as good as the girls we surround ourselves with and when one of us is down, we’re all down. Of course it gets frustrating sometimes, watching your formally single and fabulous bestie go from taking names (and numbers) and kicking ass to sullen and sunken into a sofa watching “The Notebook.”

Dec 6, 2010

Holiday Gift Guide: For Your BFFs [GALLERY]

Not sure what to get for your BFF, your fave gal pal, the girl who holds your hair back in the bar bathroom after you did that unnecessary tequila shot? Well look no further because we've found the most fun, the most cool, and the most unique gifts out there.

Nov 27, 2010

5 Easy Ways to Be a Good Friend

Friends are important. They’re there for you, no matter what. They’re there to make you laugh. They’re there to let you cry. They’re there for <a href="http://collegecandy.com/2010/10/18/the-8-traits-of-a-great-wingwoman/">nights out</a> and nights in and cram sessions and outfit emergencies. They let you rant about boys and books and bars and beer.

The Post-Grad Journey: Keeping In Touch

College introduced me to my best friends (who ended up not being my best friends senior year, but oh well), girls that compulsively wore Uggs and North Face jackets to class, stereotypes unknown in high school (hello frat boys), frenemes, coffee buddies, and classroom peers, and a few boys I wish I never met.

Nov 2, 2010

The Weekly Ten: Relax After a Stressful Week

October is a busy month. Between midterms and registration, and finding the perfect Halloween costume, things can get pretty crazy...

Nov 1, 2010

The 8 Traits of a Great Wingwoman

In a college world where (shocker!) people drink and hook-up on a regular basis, it's always a lovely gift in disguise to have a wingwoman by your side who supports you, sets you up for success, and is your personal cheerleader.

Oct 11, 2010

Surviving Senior Year: Separation Anxiety

On Thursday night I had dinner with a friend. We went to the same college, but she graduated last year, so I haven’t seen as much of her as I used to. But when we finally had the chance to hang out and catch up, it reminded of how much I missed her, how much I missed having her around. It made me stop and think about what would happen next year, after I’ve graduated.

Oct 11, 2010

The Weekly Ten: Best Fictional BFFs

This week, as I caught up on my favorite fall shows (and watched some Sex and the City reruns) I couldn’t help but notice a running trend: female friendships. Sure some shows were about shopping (or singing while shopping) and some were about saving lives, but at the heart of it all, were some pretty cool chicks.

Oct 1, 2010

Friday Faves: The Best Friend Breakup

Most people know how much it sucks to break up with a boyfriend. Whether he treated you horribly or the relationship has just run its course, telling your boyfriend adios is not easy. The only thing harder than a romantic breakup is breaking up with a friend.

Sep 14, 2010

Tuffy Luv Sez: Friends With No Benefits

Dear Tuffy Luv, I have found myself in a tough situation. My best friend of three years recently sent me a Facebook message out of the blue telling me that she no longer wishes to be friends or in contact with me. Her reasoning was that being friends with me causes her "too much stress" and she has been thinking about it "for the last two months."

Aug 14, 2010

Make the Most of BFF Time Before School Starts

t’s August, which means it’s almost that time of year: back to school. But unlike when we were younger and dreaded the first day, going back to college is exciting, enough to provoke countdowns on Facebook statuses (“Only 236 hours more days until I’m back at school!”), and overall giddiness. However, amidst all that excitement, there’s one gray cloud looming: you’ll be leaving your best friends from home behind.

Jul 28, 2010

Is Honesty the Best Policy With Your BFF?

We’ve all done it, slipped a little white lie in when talking to a friend. Your hair looks fine. Of course he’ll call you back. You are absolutely right. It’s not like you meant to be dishonest, but the words tumbled out of your mouth before you even had the chance to think about them. You’re not lying; you’re sparing her feelings.