Friends encourage us to do better, and we grow and learn with them. We achieve milestones with them, and as much as we help them through difficult times, they help us through tough times, too.
Some friends, however, are toxic. Rather than help us to reach the top, they keep us grounded. Worse still, they make us feel bad about ourselves. They use us and don’t give us anything back.
If you’re having a bit of trouble making the distinction between a true friend and a toxic one, our article seeks to clarify things. Let’s take a look.
Success: True Friends Celebrate, Toxic Ones Get Jealous
“OMG. Congratulations! Tonight, we’re going out. No excuses. We. Are. Going. Out!”
This is how a true friend would react to your success. A jealous friend? They will probably ghost you on social media, pretending that they didn’t see your status about your ace exam results.
Eventually, they’ll make a status about how much life sucks and that we’re all gonna die eventually.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE