|Teen Voices: Friendships and Boundaries (5.04)|
Teens talk about friendship and the pros and cons of communicating through social media.
|6 Types of Best Friends You Will Make in Your Life (6.00)|
Animation-The Social Butterfly, the Daring Adventurer, the Secret Keeper, the Mother Figure, the Good (Older) Sibling, the Loyal Friend -which type are you?
|4 Differences Between Good Friends and Toxic Friends (5.32)|
Animation-Good friends are protective, trustworthy, responsible and compassionate. Which type are you?
|Kids talk about friends (1.13)|
What do kids think about friends and friendship? Hear what they had to say.
|10 Differences Between Good Friends and Toxic Friends (5.30)|
A checklist for older teens and young adults.
|How to Be a Good Friend (3.54)|
Animation describing 6 qualities of a good friend.
|6 Signs That it's Time to Let Go of a Best Friend (5.54)|
Animation describing how friendships may come to an end.
|Aristotle’s Timeless Advice on What Real Friendship Is and Why It Matters (7.21)|
Real friendship is a ‘friendship of the good’ which is based on a mutual appreciation of the virtues that the other person admires.
|Back to School: Tips on Making Friends as a New Student! (7.42)|
Five great tips from a girl about making new friends.
|BeeFriend Course-Introduction (5.03)|
An overview of the BeeFriend Course, a course dedicated to teaching you everything you need to know about becoming more likable, developing proper social skills, and the ability to make deep meaningful relationships wherever you go.
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #1-The 5 Tiers of Friendship (6.06)|
A look at the 5 different types of people that in our lives and how we can befriend others. This concept is also known as the tiers of friendship.
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #2-4 Things That Will Make People Like You More - Formula of Friendship (7.40)|
Learn about the 4 factors that determine who your friends are and also how deep these friendships go - also known as the Formula of Friendship.
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #3-The One Thing That Will Make Everyone Like You (5.52)|
Learn about the golden rule of friendship - the deciding factor as to whether or not you develop friendships with others or make enemies. Avoid 3 basic mistakes.
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #4-How to Increase Your Worth (7.20)|
This video examines the concept of value - how much you are worth! Do we humans really measure each other’s worth? Use this video to generate discussion and debate in your group. Do you agree with the idea that different human beings have different worth? Does this have a role in friendship development?
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #5-Why Learning How to Read Body Language is so Important (6.45)|
Three reasons why learning how to read body language, non-verbal communication skills, is so important when it comes to befriending others and making long lasting relationships.
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #6-The 3 BEST Body Language Signs for Making Friends (5.33)|
If you use these 3 forms of nonverbal communication when meeting people, it will become much more likely that you will befriend them.
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #7-How to Get People to Open Up (7.15)|
When you open up, others open up. Reduce your filter and ask assumption questions. Use this video to generate discussion and debate in your group.
|BeeFriend Course-Lesson #8-Secret to Getting Better at Talking to People (5.31)|
Get as much practice as you can interacting with people in order to improve your communication skills and make good friends. Set yourself an interaction challenge.
|Jordan Peterson: how to spot good friends (9.07)|
Surround yourself with people who are good for the best part of you.
|George and Lennie's Friendship in the novel Of Mice and Men. (1.47)|
Mutual friendship and attachment between two ranch workers in California during the Great Depression, as described in John Steinbeck’s novel, Of Mice and Men.
|Hachiko - right here waiting for you Richard Marx (4.15)|
The true story of the unbreakable friendship between a dog and his master. After 10 years of waiting for his dead master at the train station Hachiko died with his gaze fixed upon the spot his master disappeared the very last time. Hachiko is Japan’s symbol of lasting friendship.
|How to Talk to Anyone with Ease and Confidence (7.26)|
Intention, Approach, Openers, Sparks, Exits…find out more about these while exploring the art of making conversation.