Ways to Make Friends and Timelengths to Consider Someone a Friend

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Friends come in all types of personalities, some of which to be aware. There are shy friends, rude friends, giving friends, taking friends, busy friends, always free friends, best friends, and of course frenemies. Not all may appeal to everyone but everyone plays a role as some type of friend. A friend could not only be a person, but a pet. In some cases a person’s only friend is an animal or pet of some kind. Belongings such as dolls or figurines can also be considered someone’s friend. Friends come in all different forms. For most a friend is considered an acquaintance of some sort. There are different ways of meeting them and different time lengths of when they become considered friends.
Usually a best friend or frenemy is someone that has been known for quite some time, and possibly from childhood into adulthood. A best friend doesn’t happen overnight. For someone to be a best friend, they must first know just about every detail about the other person, maybe even more than the other person knows about themselves. They have been through good times and bad, ups and downs, and helped the other through everything. They have given them a part of themselves selflessly and willingly. The phrase “they would give you the shirt off their back” would be an understatement. A frenemy on the other hand is similar in a lot of ways, but also very different at the same time. These are the friends people really need to look out for, but are the hardest to distinguish. Frenemies will act like very good friends to others, but in reality they are taking advantage of your friendship in all the wrong ways. These “friends” are definitely people to look out for if you can, and avoid at all costs. They may seem like the greatest people, but once you ...

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..., but in most cases it is nothing but a slowdown. Either way there are pros and cons.
In conclusion, there are many different friends out there with many different characteristics. The few that were touched upon seem to pop out more than others. Everyone handles each situation differently, and personalities tend to mix well or clash, which is something to be conscious of when considering friendship. Friendship isn’t just calling someone a friend. Friendship is being there for another human being, learning from them, teaching them, supporting them, showing acts of kindness, and giving them a swift kick in the ass when needed. In the end it is a bond that is very hard if not impossible to break. Friends have different personalities, but being aware of who is chosen, and hanging on to someone you care about is important to have a healthy social life and relationships.

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