How to Be a Good Friend
Show a Different Side of Yourself
One great way to do that is to mix friends from different areas of your life—say, throw a get-together with your college buddies
and your pals from work. You’ll find yourself opening up more, and your friends will learn new things about you. Friendships
benefit from a breath of fresh air.
Sally Horchow is a coauthor of The Art of Friendship: 70 Simple Rules for Making Meaningful Connections ($15, amazon.com).
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