Independent people make the best friends and here are fourteen reasons why… They are dependent Independent people will always follow through on plans they make. Even if it’s a casual arrangement, they will always stick to it. They like space Space is necessary for any friendship, and independent people love their space and respect yours
Introverts are known for being shy, socially anxious reclusives; however, this isn’t necessarily true. Sure, some people may also have these traits but more often than not, it isn’t the case. The real defining point of whether somebody is an introvert or an extrovert is how they gain their energy – around people or alone.
Not every person in your life you consider to be your friend is indeed a true friend. Being let down by people in your life is the only way to learn that you shouldn’t rely on others. Unfortunately, it’s inevitable. We all get let down at some point in our lives and those we thought
Trust is so easy to take for granted. As employees and employers, as friends and spouses and family members, we tend to expect a lot of people to trust us, and feel hurt when they don't. And with a little care, you can build trust to benefit both your professional and personal relationships. As I