Building new friendships can be easy.
They may be hard, but they're important.
Are you both down for scheming and partying in the Hamptons like Serena and Blair, or would you rather go on an elaborate adventure with disguises like Raven and Chelsea?
BFF memes that are way, way, WAY too real.
Taylor does NOT make the cut.
While we all love our families, there are just some things that we can't share with them in the same way we can with others. There are some thoughts and feelings and moments and stories that are saved for another special group of people—our friends. You might not live in the same state as your family. You may only see them on special occasions. That's where your friends come in.
So, a study came out recently that said that in girl/guy friendships, not only do guys experience high levels of attraction to their female friends, but they also severely overestimate how attracted their female friends are to them.
In the three years I've known him we've gotten fairly close and I've begun to fall for him. He seems to enjoy snuggling against me, tickling me, etc. Also he has the habit of being over-protective of me. I took this to mean that he was attracted to me, too.
Just last February, I was planning my 21st birthday party. Now, I’m facing 22 (or as I like to call it 21+1) straight on. Even though the last twelve months have gone by, it feels like just yesterday I was indulging in jello shots and margaritas. For my 21st. Because just yesterday I was indulging in jello shots and margaritas.
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.
October is a busy month. Between midterms and registration, and finding the perfect Halloween costume, things can get pretty crazy...
Another week has passed and I’m one week closer to graduation. In ten short days I will stand up, toss my cap in the air, and graduate in front of family, friends, professors…and a bunch of random people I don’t know.