Old Reader's Digest: "Support your friends, avoid your enemies" article
February 3, 2018 8:13 AM   Subscribe

Some thirty years ago, I read an RD article which had several pieces of advice which included being good to people who are on your side and avoiding those who aren't. This is so sensible and so little said that I'd like to find the rest of the article to see if it's as good.

You wouldn't think it would need to be said, but I think people are apt to take their allies for granted and court their enemies.

If anyone knows of other good venues for asking about this, I'm interested.
posted by Nancy Lebovitz to Human Relations (1 answer total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
I cannot cite the article that you are searching for, but How To Live With Life is an interesting mid 1960's book compilation of advice and inspirational essays from Reader's Digest. Some of the advice is somewhat dated, and some of it is timeless.
posted by ovvl at 7:04 PM on February 5, 2018

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