23 June 2011
Definition of a Friend
What is a good friend? What is a definition of a friend? Many people have friends that they can count on there fingers and toes for anything. Others have ok friends that are there when they need a favor or something. There are a lot of definitions of what a friend could be. Someone who has a close relationship of mutual affection and trust with another is the dictionary's definition of a friend. Although there are allot of definitions of a friend, the one true person knows the true meaning of friendship if they have ever had a true friend. Friends come and go but true friends always stay. Many people learn from their friends and often ask the advice of their friend. Having a good friend can usually brighten a bad day or make someone’s day, and make one smile since that is what friends are for.
Being a good friend means that no one will judge the others mistakes but help them with the correction of the mistakes. A good friend always listens to problems and lends an ear of useful advice to better their problems. Being a good friend means that no matter what happens one will be next to their friend's decisions and choices. Sometimes you may not always like what their friends have to say but since there is a common ground between the two one will always listen and respect what the other has to say.
There are times where it is a struggle and some of the time there is an all out loss of friendship. Many people are friends with others but do not always treat their friend how they should be treated . This results in fighting with friends. Most of the time it is a quick argument that ends in a better understanding of the others feelings and emotions. But sometimes friendships are hurt and it could take a very long time to repair the friendship, it may not even be repairable.
Support of a friend is one of the most important...
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