Ron’s latest Huffington Post Blog:
As the old saying goes, you can pick your friends and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friend’s nose. That is, unless you’ve developed some really close friendship!
We need friendships in our lives to supplement our existing romantic, marital or family relationships. Yet most adult friendships are based on proximity rather than on a purposeful pursuit. We have friends in our neighborhood or in our workplace, but often these are not deep, long-lasting friendships that endure the births, deaths, and job changes that life throws our way.
To read more click here: Ron Culberson’s Huffington Post Blog