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Celebrates Life With You

Celebrates Life With You

In going through life, a friend’s support not only matters during the hard times. A friend means someone who genuinely wants to see you succeed. Unfortunately, disingenuous people may feel insecure and want you to fail. But a true friend celebrates your accomplishments and feels happy to see things go well.

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MORE IDEAS FROM How To Identify Your True Friends

Forgives You.....

A true friend doesn’t hold a grudge against you because of your past mistakes. They forgive and move on. And If they’re really upset, they bring up the issue with you so that you can solve it together.

Forgiving and forgiveness are important qualities in a true friendship

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Honest and Trustworthy!!!

Honesty is an important part of any healthy friendship. It’s important that you can trust your friend to tell you the truth and keep their promises.

If you notice that they’re lying to you or others, it’s a sign they’re not that trustworthy. Another sign they’re not trustworthy is if they often promise you things or say they will do something.

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A True Friend Encourages 
You.....

Friends are the one who believes in us. They are our real motivators. It means they are the one who helps us become a better individual in all aspects of life, be it personal or professional. Friends are the only human being that can encourage us in the best possible ways to achieve our goals.

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Teaches Us Lessons.......

Apart from supporting, sometimes they teach us the best lessons in life. They provide us the best opportunity for sacrifice, for influence, etc. Friendship is the best thing happen in everyone’s life that offers trust and influence. Yes! True friendship requires sacrifice, if they are ready to make you successful, then why can’t you sacrifice something for their happiness. So, this is how friendship teaches us some beautiful lessons in life that are beneficial for the career as well.

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Keeps A Touch With You...

They call, message, or text you when you haven’t heard from them in a while. They make an effort to keep up to date with your happenings and they also share what’s happening in their lives. They can also keep in touch through common social media like Snapchat, Instagram, or Facebook.

Remember that it’s not all on them, you have a responsibility to keep in touch with them too.

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Tells You When You’re Wrong

A true friend does not always agree with you, they also tell you when you’re wrong or misguided. But they do it in a kind and constructive manner.

Being told when we’re wrong helps us grow as persons and strengthens our friendships.

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Good Friends Accept You for Who You Are

A truly supportive friend will love you for the person you are, flaws and all. That doesn’t mean friends have to agree with each other all of the time. In fact, different outlooks can help expand our horizons. Still, a true friend will accept you and even find beauty in your quirks and imperfections.

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They Will Pray For You

A person who is your true friend would love you and a person who loves you would never fail to pray for you or wish you well. This is because they don't just see you as a friend, they see you as part of them. So, every good thing that they wish for themselves, they’d wish the same for you. Your success and happiness give them tremendous joy.

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The Practice of Reinterpreting

A study was performed on 120 women in order to gauge their emotional distress and how it is relieved through the help of reinterpretation. These women were shown images that were invoking negative emotions such as anger, poverty, and sadness.

The study found that although reinterpreting the images alleviated their distress, it helped even more when the reinterpretation came from their friend. Thus suggesting that emotional regulation is more effective when other people actively help us with it.

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Ending friendships

Sometimes a friendship can become so painful or unhealthy that we need to end it.

But we often don't have clear guidance or formulas to make these decisions. Our negative emotions drive our thoughts and may cause us to make poor decisions and lose relationships we could have kept.

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Friendships are a treasure

Friends provide a comforting sense of stability and bonding. A defining feature of friendship is that it's voluntary - it's a relationship of great freedom that we hold on to only because we want to.

The downside of this freedom is that the lack of formal commitment and the pressure of other commitments can cause a friendship to fall by the wayside.

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