re­view your friend­ships

Good Health Choices - - Be Informed -

Pro­fes­sor Suzanne Degges-White, co-au­thor of Toxic Friend­ships, says when it comes to friends, it’s qual­ity, not quan­tity, that mat­ters. “A re­ward­ing friend­ship in­volves mu­tual un­der­stand­ing, trust and no envy or jeal­ousy. If you al­ways feel low or drained after meet­ing some­one, it isn’t healthy, and you may want to con­sider let­ting go.”

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