Everyone needs friends.
A friend is someone you can rely on and someone you share your joys and sorrows with.
Life may be dull without friends.
A friend is always there with you when you need them, giving you comfort, encouragement and support.
When you are going in the wrong direction in life, your friend will point it out to you.
It’s only too natural that arguments will arise between friends.
Arguments between friends, if not properly dealt with, may lead to the ending of a friendship.
When arguments arise, it’s sensible to put your difference aside for some time and think about where your difference lie and whether it matters to your friendship. Don’t be troubled by trifles.
Should arguments come up, try standing in the other’s shoes and you’ll likely find that it’s not that difficult to go over your differences.
Tolerance is of great significance in a friendship. No one is perfect. Everybody has their shortcomings.
Should an argument threaten your friendship and you were unable to smooth away the difference between you or unable to compromise, then it’s advisable that you end the relationship.
The best way to have friends is to be a friend. Be committed and honest to your friend.