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Podcast #73: Friendship Red Flags That Might Mean They’re Toxic

We’re seeing red.

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Podcast #73: Friendship Red Flags That Might Mean They’re Toxic

This week’s episode begins with a conversation about daylight savings time and seasonal affectiveness disorder, and a discussion about embracing feeling unmotivated. The rest of the episode is all about friendship red flags.

What signs should you look out for that might indicate you have a toxic friend? What are early red flags, and what behaviors might creep up later in a relationship? Why is it so common to deal with bad friends right after college graduation?

Friendship Red Flags Toxic

Finally, Jess and Laura share adulting moments about credit card rewards points and a reminder to stay on top of your bills.

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By Laura Davis

Laura is the co-founder of Adultescence, a podcast and blog for post grads, where she writes about friendship, dating, and career with the mission of helping guide twenty-somethings through early adulthood. She has written and edited for a variety of lifestyle publications, including Let's Eat Cake, Popular Science, and Flixed.

When she's not typing away on her laptop, you can find Laura working on her MBA at Boston College, listening to Taylor Swift, or sweating it out at an OrangeTheory class. Follow her on Instagram @LauraKristine21 and LinkedIn.

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