When you have a friend who is in crisis, it is natural to want to swoop in and tell her everything she needs to do to make it all better. Here’s why that’s the last thing you want to do…
When you have social anxiety, it can be really hard to tell the difference between the toxic friends in your life and the true friends. Spot the truth here.
Knowing how to comfort a friend is a valuable lesson in empathy. But it’s not easy, especially if you have social anxiety. It’s awkward, uncomfortable and painful to see a friend who desperately needs support, but not knowing what in the hell to do!
In your 30’s, life is overloaded with people who need you – and you have less time for drama.
Add social anxiety to the mix, and you have a high degree of empathy and sensitivity, which makes being the target of jealousy extra hurtful.
Signs you are dealing with a jealous friend in your 30’s are: