Supporting a best friend through grief is hard; supporting your fiercely independent best friend through grief can feel near-on impossible. Here are five ways to help.
“He has a lot of really good female friends. But she is the only one (besides me) that he calls beautiful.”
"She said she wants to be the hottest one in her wedding party and I may overshadow her with my new boobs.”
After talking to a stranger for two hours, the woman said she would donate her kidney to him.
High-profile besties: Tom Hardy calls his relationship with Prince Harry 'deeply private' but describes the royal as a 'f*ing legend'.
The existence of girl code has been called into question of late.
Divorce parties have become quite the trend over the past few years, with people celebrating their new freedom with friends and family.
Michelle Obama wore an eye-catching plaid dress while talking about friendship, social media, and parenting at the Obama Foundation summit.
Merce and Mylee are on their way to breaking the Internet — and they’re only 9 years old. The two kids, who playfully call themselves boyfriend and girlfriend, were pictured tearfully hugging each other in a tweet posted on Monday evening.
Depression can be all too prevalent, affecting actors, supermodels, singers, doctors, and people from all walks of life. But the common mood disorder is becoming more pervasive in the young. One brave young woman, Katelyn Marie Todd, is opening up on Facebook about what depression feels like and how — when one is in the midst of it — even the smallest things, like brushing your hair, can simply be too much to handle. “I brushed my hair today. For the first time in four weeks,” Todd began her moving Facebook confessional on May 6. “It was matted and twisted together. ...
Well, ok you don’t necessarily lose all your mates the minute you give birth, but you may find you’re no longer on the same page as your besties. What you need is some mummy mates to help support, guide and gossip your way through the motherhood minefield. Well, step forward new app Peanut, a sort of Tinder for new parents which aims to help hook up mums with similar interests and experiences.
After attending her 17th wedding in two years, Tiffany Wright had something of a lightbulb moment. “I’m like a Bridal PA, stress buster, shoulder to cry on and to-do list sergeant major all in one,” Tiffany says of her new role as a professional bridesmaid. Looking back at her own wedding the romance expert, who also runs proposal planning company, The One Romance, realised just how helpful an undercover bridesmaid would have been.