What Is Friendship?

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Title: What Is Friendship?

Good Morning to our Beloved English Teacher, Madam Teresa, and all my lovely friends. This morning I’m going to give a speech about FRIENDSHIP.

What is friendship? Friendship is defined as A Single Soul Dwelling in Two Bodies.

Perhaps the one relation that have survived in trials and tribulations of time and has still remained is unconditional is friendship. A unique blend of affection, loyalty, love, respect, trust and loads of fun is perhaps what describes the true meaning of friendship between two individual. Similar interests, mutual respect, and strong attachment with each other are what friends share between each other. To experience what is friendship, one must have true friend, who are indeed rare treasures.

Different people have different definitions of friendship. For some, it is trust in an individual that he/she won’t hurt you. For others, it is unconditional love. There are some who feel that friendship is companionship. Psychologically speaking, friendship may be defined as a dynamic, mutual relationship between two individuals. Friendship cannot survive if one person makes all the effort to sustain it without any mutual recognition from others.

Since friendship starts the moment a child starts socializing, the kind of friends that the child chooses should be taken care of till he/she learns to differentiate between right and wrong. Wrong peers and lack of socializing can lead to severe psychological traumas and disorders, finally leading to social maladjustment. Both positive and negative experiences refine the personality of the individual.

Last but not least, appreciate friendship you have before it’s too late to regret. That’s all from me for today. Thank You.
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