Top 2 things you’ve learned about friendship
1. Be the friend you want to have. I hope that if you asked my closest friends about me as a friend, they would tell you the following:
*I’ll be there in the drop of a hat.
*Even though listening it’s my strongest point, I’m always willing to lend an ear.
*I remember the important events, positive and negative.
*I make an effort to keep in touch.
*I can make them laugh.
*I’ll cry right by their side, then do whatever I can to ease the pain.
*I’m honest, even if it’s what they don’t want to hear.
I hope I am these things, because this is what my friends are to me. I have a lot of good friends and a handful of best friends. My best friends understand me, they get me and accept my imperfections. I can talk to them about anything under the sun and know I’ll never be judged. These are the friends that I will, without a doubt have for the rest of my life.
2. Sometime people change and it’s okay to let friendships go. This has been the hardest lesson for me to learn recently. I’ve had some friendships that have changed. Maybe it’s me, maybe it’s them. No matter what it is, things weren’t the same. This has happened with a few friends these past few years. At first, I refused to accept the change in the relationships. It made me to sad to see it happening and not be able to “fix” it. I tried0 Did you like this post?
too hard to make an effort to stay close and then realized it wasn’t right. Friendships shouldn’t be hard work. I was tired of always being the one to call, the one to text or the one to initiate a night out. True friends aren’t selfish, they’re selfless (in friendships).