"For the first time since my dear friend had died five years earlier, she’d written back."
These words are often used interchangeably, but experts say one is much better quality than the other.
Friendship and etiquette experts weigh in and share tips on how to preserve your relationship in this situation.
Here’s what it means — and why this behaviour can be so frustrating.
Is your friend positive and supportive? Those are signs that your friendship will go the distance.
So you don't have a "village" of other parents. Don't stress.
“I leave them immediately as a rule. No explanation, no hair flip, just leave. Life is too short to read 35 other people’s emoji responses.”
There's a fine line between helping someone in a positive way and causing further harm.
It’s not just a baby that makes connecting more difficult.
Just! Stop! Complaining!