4 Types Of Friends To Avoid And Avoid Being

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1. Naggers.

A girl yelling/complaining at her friend, who looks stressed.
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No one likes the friend who complains and nags all the time. It’s exhausting to live life out with someone who constantly complains and nags.

The problem with them is that there’s nothing you can do to stop them. Having a constructive conversation with them does no good.

2. The braggart.

We know this one. They have a story that’s a little better than yours. They’re a little smarter, a little faster, a little better looking, a little better at sports and they don’t hesitate to tell you all about it.

The trouble there is that they’re actually often quite insecure and tend to become the next type of friend as well.

3. The doubter.

“I dunno, man…” is a common statement out of their mouths. They constantly doubt you. They don’t think you can accomplish the things in life that you need to.

It’s great to have people in your life who challenge you, but they also have to believe in you. You don’t need this kind of friend around.

4. The flakey one.

This is the most annoying kind of friend. You make plans and they’re no-shows or they cancel at the last second. These are friends who will find, in time, that they no longer get invited to things. And then they wonder why…

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