Divorce parties have become quite the trend over the past few years, with people celebrating their new freedom with friends and family.
When you’re in a wedding party, there are many rules surrounding proper etiquette — but the biggest one is to never upstage the bride. One bride feels like her best friend did…well, the exact opposite. In a post on an online forum aptly titled “She’s stolen my wedding…” user daftpink says her bridesmaid booked the same venue as her for her own wedding day, five weeks before daftpink’s big day.
Michelle Obama wore an eye-catching plaid dress while talking about friendship, social media, and parenting at the Obama Foundation summit.
“What happens in 50 years if these bromantic relationships really take off and men decide, ‘Hang on, we really enjoy these. These are much better.'"
Busy Philipps just gave Michelle Williams a pretty amazing birthday gift that took #FriendshipGoals to the next level.
This bachelorette party turned heads in Mexico, and now a photo of the gorgeous women is going viral on Twitter.
A new study shows that people tend to look at the different parts of the body, depending on whether they're interested in romance or friendship.
Merce and Mylee are on their way to breaking the Internet — and they’re only 9 years old. The two kids, who playfully call themselves boyfriend and girlfriend, were pictured tearfully hugging each other in a tweet posted on Monday evening.
Depression can be all too prevalent, affecting actors, supermodels, singers, doctors, and people from all walks of life. But the common mood disorder is becoming more pervasive in the young. One brave young woman, Katelyn Marie Todd, is opening up on Facebook about what depression feels like and how — when one is in the midst of it — even the smallest things, like brushing your hair, can simply be too much to handle. “I brushed my hair today. For the first time in four weeks,” Todd began her moving Facebook confessional on May 6. “It was matted and twisted together. ...
A photo of two besties — one slim, the other plus-size — is making a powerful statement about friendship. Anna O’Brien, 32, who blogs under the name Glitter and Lazers, posted the image of the two women sitting side by side wearing a red ModCloth bra-and-underwear set. This is my best friend.
Marhi Smith, 18, is a regular teen from Ottawa. She, like many millennials, enjoys the odd bathroom selfie — and so do her group of friends.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are friendly exes. Last night, as a Valentino Haute Couture-clad Stone walked to the stage to accept her Golden Globe award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for her performance in La La Land, Garfield could be seen giving her a standing ovation, proving that little things like love and respect don’t have to end just because a romantic relationship does. While Stone ascended the stage steps to give her heartwarming acceptance speech dedicated to people trying to achieve their dreams, cameras panning the crowd caught her famous ex, who was sitting front and center at the Hacksaw Ridge table, on his feet clapping proudly, at one point even emitting what looked to be an enthusiastic “woo” of appreciation.
After attending her 17th wedding in two years, Tiffany Wright had something of a lightbulb moment. “I’m like a Bridal PA, stress buster, shoulder to cry on and to-do list sergeant major all in one,” Tiffany says of her new role as a professional bridesmaid. Looking back at her own wedding the romance expert, who also runs proposal planning company, The One Romance, realised just how helpful an undercover bridesmaid would have been.
A 4-year-old girl and an elderly man have struck up a sweet and special friendship. Mom of seven Tara Wood, who lives in Augusta, Ga., shared on Facebook how her daughter Norah — who has said in the past how much she loves elderly people because “they walk slow like I walk slow and they [have] soft skin like I [have] soft skin” — met and befriended 82-year-old Dan Peterson, whom she affectionately calls Mr. Dan. It all started when Tara took Nora to the grocery store in September to pick up cupcakes for the 4-year-old’s birthday.
Forget Taylor Swift and her squad, this story of three BFFs is going to give you total friendship goals. On Saturday lifelong friends Gladys Butler, Ruth Hammett and Bernice Underwood celebrated turning 100 years old together. According to The Washington Post, the trio were all born in either June or July of 1916, met as children and have been friends ever since.
Good friends can talk about anything, from embarrassing sex tales to intimate health concerns, but when it comes to money, it can be a totally different story. Leadership psychologist and director of the White Water Group, Averil Leimon, believes that women should absolutely be discussing how much they earn, both to ‘egg each other on’ and also to arm themselves with ammunition for better wage negotiations - to close the pay gap and ensure women are getting a fair deal. “Conversations between friends can be very, very open, but it often seems like discussing money is the last taboo,” she tells us.
You’ve probably encountered a friendship that leaves you feeling disappointed or frustrated. Your devotion isn’t returned, you feel neglected, the person you came to count on fails to be there in your time of need. Friendships should be rewarding and supportive. If you’re planning on exiting a friendship make sure your motivations are sincere.
Catherine pictured in her dress at her junior prom last year. Last year, Catherine Malatesta passed away after losing her battle with stage 4 cancer. “She turned to me and said, ‘Mom, for the first time in a long time, I actually feel beautiful,’” her mother, Jennifer Goodwin told Today.
2015 was the year of the celebrity Girl Squad. We’ve gawked as Taylor Swift and her gang of supermodels strut in combat lingerie in “Bad Blood,” admired Tavi Gevinson and her precocious and talented group of young feminists, envied Lena Dunham and her real life Girls, and Instagram-stalked Man Repeller Leandra Medine and her #GirlBoss clique. It appears that female friendships — and finding a sisterhood of your own — has never had a stronger or more media-hungry moment, but even before hashtags existed, female friendships were prominent in pop culture. This week, the cast of the 1995 film based on Ann M.
Taylor Swift is no stranger to boyfriends, but there won’t be one accompanying the singer to the Grammys on Sunday. Instead, she took to Instagram to share with all her Swifties that her childhood BFF, Abigail Anderson, will be joining her. Swift posted this picture on Instagram to announce that Anderson would be joining her at the Grammy Awards. Anderson attended Kansas University on a swimming scholarship.