I am always for my sisters, giving them a trusting relationship and helping to shape them as a person. No matter what, I make sure my sisters and I overcome our differences and provide each other with a built-in best friend. All of these qualifications are what make up a good sibling. I believe I fit these specific criteria, qualifying me as a great sister.
From the time I was young to now, My two sisters have been my best friends. I’m closer to them than any of my friends or the rest of my family. My siblings and I over the years have developed a communication style that only we understand and seems strange to others. The way we pronounce words, code phrases, or distort song lyrics (so we won’t get in trouble) is special to us, and is what makes our relationship unique and important. I have observed this in other sibling relationships and whether we get along well or not, there’s always a bond that makes our relationship meaningful and strong.
They lifted each other up and had each other 's backs. For a while, I wondered if I had missed out on something. I had another friend who was also close to her siblings - two sisters and one brother. They weren 't as united as my other friend 's family, but they spent a lot of time together. Because I was so close to this friend - and lived with her for a long time - I got to see how nice it was to always have a sibling to depend on.
My mom always makes sure to tell my dad that she loves him before he falls asleep. Their love for each other could never be questioned by people who know them. Using Sternberg’s triangular theory of love, it is easy to tell that my parents’ relationship exhibits consummate love. This kind of love combines intimacy, passion, and commitment, it is the type of relationship that children dream about having one day. They listen to each other, take care of one another, and most importantly, they love each other unconditionally.
All my friends understands me from me, they believe in me, and encourage me to do better, and make my life the best that I can and they love me for me and wouldn’t change a single thing and accepts me for me. You must remember family is often born blood, but it doesn’t depend on blood, nor is it exclusive of friendship. Family members can be your best friends, you know and best friends, whether or not they are related to you, can be your family.
It is also someone who prevented us from making mistakes or helping us fix when we make mistakes. It is the people who always stick and support me. A real or true friend is always willing to help us when we need them. At the same time, it is our responsibility to remain helpful towards our friends. If someone is our friend, we should be glad to help them when they need us.
Siblings are a very interesting idea to me because they can be a best friend but they can also be more than that if one so chooses. Julie Nelson (2013) states "My siblings have certainly seen me at my worst, and I’ve seen them at theirs. No one has bolted. It’s as if we signed some contract long ago, before we were even aware of what we were getting into, and over time gained the wisdom to see that we hadn’t been duped” (web). I love this quote because it puts ‘sibship’ in a context that I have never thought of before.
Family love is another type of love we can think about. It is the love we use between our intermediate family and our extended family members. Family love is said to be blind, only to show that love can be shown to anyone no matter condition or problems one can have. Of course we all know about the good times, hard times, and times we have as a family, but no matter what the situations are within the family, love is usaully a important part. A close bond between two people can begin with a friendship.
Although my friendships have changed drastically as I have aged, every individual has touched my heart tremendously. Friendships come in various different forms, but the effects of the relationship on any individual are long-lasting. The typical favorite friend is better known as the best friend. The friend that someone may have known
So I won’t. Scott and I have done many things together during our almost life-long friendship – although they’re probably not quite as interesting to relate as the story about that Danish stripper, but I gave him my word on that one. Anyway, over the years we've built go-carts together, rode our bikes together, played football together, bunked school together, tried to... ... middle of paper ... ...r. And I, as much as all of you, want that happiness for myself. Er, sorry, I mean, I want their happiness to last forever. And I do.