People of the world all have different personalities, but some are similar in nature. Not only do your actions reveal a lot about you, but your friends reveal just as much. I know that different aspects of my personality are more dominant with certain people. Two of my best friends, Amanda and Tim, are very different from each other, although both have sparkling personalities.
Steve and I have been friends since we were nine years old. We have always shared our most enjoyable and our most trying times. For instance, every time Steve and I are together, we always have fun. We have always been able to laugh at ourselves, and we always think of some new inside joke to have the next day at school. With the rest of our friends, we have always been able to share our silly escapades and ridiculous humor. Just sharing our stories brings back memories of more and more of our escapades. On the other hand, when Steve or I have a rough time, we are always there for each other. When Amanda's Grandfather died, I was there for her. He was very upset and I was there for her to talk to. Then, when my Grandfather was very ill and in the hospital, I was worried about my family. He was there for me the whole time my Grandfather was in the hospital.
Brian, on the other hand, is more of a mentor. He has been a friend of mine since we were nine years old as well, but he was always a little more serious. We always talked about things rather than going out and doing things. Brian has been there to give me advice about guys, choices I have to make, and other problems that may come up. Just as Brian has been there for me, I have been there for him as well. When Brian has something on his mind, he will talk about it with me. If he ever hesitates to talk to me, by the time I have told him he can trust me, he will begin to pour his heart out. I would almost regard him as a brother.
As you can see, these two friends are different but both are very important in my life....
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