12 ways women validate each other

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Because girlfriends just have a special skill in backing each other up no matter how stupid their thought process might be at the time.

 

1. When it comes to losing weight.

2. Saying that it is never their fault.

Clueless- If I'm too good for him

It’s never the woman’s fault, right?

3. On social media.

Not-sure-if-liking-sad-Facebook-status-shows-support-or-means-I-like-their-sadness

After all, liking a Facebook status, favoriting a tweet or re-pinning one pins on Pinterest is the new way of validating your relationship.

 

4. Telling each other that they are always right.

Meet the Robinson's - Even when I'm wrong

Sometimes a girl just needs someone to listen and agree — even if you don’t agree.

5. Complimenting each other’s clothes.

Mean Girls- You look awesome

“Where did you get that? How much did it cost?” These questions must follow clothing compliment to make the compliment sincere.

 

6. Complimenting their haircut.

Anne of Green Gables- Hey carrots

Umm…not quite Gilbert.

7. Complimenting their decorating.

Shrek- Donkey - I like that boulder

That is so fung shui.

8. Complimenting them on their homemade dishes.

It takes two - sloppy joe

OK, complimenting anything and everything. Just make sure you ask for the recipe even if you don’t cook.

 

9. Making enemies with whoever messes with your friends.

Taken- I will find you

Nothing says you are friends like forming a common enemy.

 

10. Helping each other frivolously daydream.

Toddlers and Tiaras - tanning to Beyonce

I’m sure that will work. I’m 5 percent sure that it will work. (Maybe that’s a bit optimistic.)

11. And all women want is for men to learn to validate them too.

Take note men.

 

12. But, at least girls know they can always rely on each other for the best advice.

John Tucker Must Die - chocolate

Amen.

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Rebecca Lane

While her first language is sarcasm, Rebecca dabbles in English and Russian to achieve her lifelong dream of being a journalist. A BYU sports fan, reading enthusiast and wannabe world traveler, Rebecca is a Colorado transplant that is convinced Colorado's mountains are much larger than the many Utah County peaks. Rebecca manages UtahValley360.com for Bennett Communications. Follow her on Twitter @rebeccalane.

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