Posts Tagged make-a-friendship

Six Tips to Make a Friendship

 

 

Make your friendship deeper and stronger with this list of some simple n effective tips for life time — or “Rules for Friendship ” — from Immature Advice.

1. Think About Yourself

At first instance this sentence signs us to be bit selfish but you had mistaken. It simply means don’t loose your personality, yourself for being somebody’s friend. Your life experience build up your personality. And you might have struggled very hard trying not to lose your personal identity for example sacrificing jobs, in all rebelling against whatever you feel is against your self-respect.

 Though who you dynamically change, especially during your teenage, some aspects of your personality change after getting influenced from other while others will stay pretty much of same. At every stage of life you may urge to become most popular member of the your group.  However, always be true to yourself — and don’t become somebody else’s clone.

2. Don’t Do Gossip Try to Avoid

Friends don’t spread rumours not even about other friends…. I know it’s very difficult especially for girls…..but the thing is rumours sometimes hurt very badly… just think yourself how you will feel if you have heard something shocking about your friend…. will you bear it??…. NO, You won’t let the rumour turn flying free-for-all anyhow…

 You certainly wouldn’t be happy if someone did that to you, so set a good example for others — and for yourself.

3. Defend Your Friends

FRIEND IN NEED IS FRIEND INDEED a very famous quote of course… at every point of your life stand behind your friend but don’t hesitate to stand in front….

 It is always important to find out both sides of the story in any situation, keep faith on your friend and if you find him/her correct, give your best possible support and try to take out your friend out of troubles. And if you find your friend wrong don’t leave your friend but help your friend to improve his/her mistakes…

4. Protect Your Friends

When a friend of yours is making not-so-great decisions — whether it’s about drugs, alcohol, studying or dating — do your best to look out for them. This doesn’t mean telling them what to do constantly, but you can offer gentle advice and guidance from time to time. Show them path which is good for them and if they are not asking you for way try to avoid them from taking wrong turns which may lead to disastrous accidents….

You mean a lot to your friends and try to be a good influence…..

 5. Be Careful About Boyfriends and Girlfriends

It’s a good rule of thumb to stray away from dating the exes of your friends. It’s an even better rule of thumb to avoid dating the people your friends have crushes on — or people who have turned down your friends for dates. Even if your friend gives you the go-ahead, wait a while to get involved with someone who broke their heart or betrayed their confidence.

6. Return the Favour

There are times when a friend will lend you a jacket, a textbook or a shoulder to cry on. A good friend will pick you up when you’re stuck in a rainstorm and listen patiently when you share a problem with them. Be sure that you’re equally as generous with your time, your emotions and your possessions. People will take notice, and it’s something to feel good about.

 

Advertisements

, , ,

4 Comments

%d bloggers like this: