friends

One month in and like Bear Grylls and those chaps on that island. I am deserted. Well I'm being dramatic; I now live alone. I think it was Jennifer Anniston who once said (in a film) "You learn a lot about yourself by living alone." So what have I learnt?
'Episodes' third series comes to an end tonight on BBC2, but the good news is that, although Sean and Bev (Stephen Mangan
We can’t quite believe it but it’s nearly been 12 years since the last episode of ‘Friends’ aired, but the talk of a reunion
We're all privy to the odd little quirk and tic, from racing down the stairs to beat the toilet flush to bidding farewell aloud to your house as you walk out the front door, but to the OCD sufferer it's taking these endearing habits to the extreme.
Courteney Cox has shot down any hope we once had for a ‘Friends’ reunion in a new interview, stating that it is "not going
Why are we so obsessed with reuniting fictional characters and losing weight? Well the latter may need its own blog but for now let's talk about; Friends: The one with the reunion.
In light of our #MonthOfKinship campaign we're continuing to celebrate and cherish all kinds of relationships - not just
How do we learn to control anger? It is of course very complex and difficult and sometimes no matter what we try to do, it's going to come up. The more we know about what causes our anger the better we are able to make choices about how we want to respond when we are angry.
The large majority of friendships, even very good ones, simply drift apart as the schism between two people who were once friends grows so wide that neither one has the interest or energy to keep up the relationship.
While some believe woman inherently feeling guilty about X,Y and Z has "become lazy journalism folklore - like how men can't multitask and women can't park a car" research suggests it might actually be true. Which is flippin' great for us, right girls?