5 friends you need to kick to the curb

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From backstabbers to users, these types of friends will leave you drained unless you walk away from them. 

 The gossiper No one can resist a good scoop every now and then, but we all know how Karma works, right? If your friend gossips to the point where they start nasty rumours about other people, be very afraid. Remember in high school when a “he says she says” ended up in a beat down after school? You are too grown for that. So if your friend is making your ears hurt, don’t get drawn in to situations; just walk away. The Backstabber She was more like a sister to you than a friend… until, she stole your man, ratted out on you and you ended up losing an important opportunity. Truth is, even you work your issues out - you can never trust each other again. Keep it moving, sister. The user This leech only calls you when she needs to be picked up from the airport, needs some money to tie her over till payday or will borrow your clothes and never return them. Chances are when you need them as friends they will not be there for you. Friendship is a two way street, and it’s time to tell this one, ‘Bye Felicia.’ The clinger She is stuck on you like a piece of gum sticks under your shoe. Truth is, there is a thin line between a friend who’s clingy but doesn’t feel like committing suicide and make you feel guilty about it if you’re unavailable, and the one who’s clearly obsessed and throws tantrums if you dare not include her in your daily goings. She must try and make her own decisions and afford you the same courtesy. If not, let her go easy; you have to be gentle, this one can be sensitive. The liker of all things We all like things, but this girl’s partying is out of hand. This one’s willing to do anything for a pair of tickets to a party, a met gala or a show. She also spends
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