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Why Being a Good Friend Means Not Always Being Supportive

Your friends will make choices that you disagree with, and maybe there is a good, logical reason behind that.

Why Being a Good Friend Means Not Always Being Supportive

If your friend is in an abusive relationship, is it a good idea to stand by and support them that she stays in the relationship? No. It’s not a good idea at all. Supporting bad decision-making does not make for a good friend.

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Online lifestyle and wellness blog for women. The site is built around the philosophy of mindful living through mindful choices — something often at odds with our fast paced lives.

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Jennifer McDougall

Jennifer McDougall

Founder of POLLY + McDougall Media in Los Angeles, CA. I write about relationships, self-care, mental health, and living a happy and healthy life.

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