When we move into young adulthood we learn more about taking responsibility, finding a career path, and seeking out people as mentors.As we continue into our 40s and beyond, we learn to weather the ups and downs in life, and once again friends provide a sounding board and place for us to grow.
The basic components of any relationship, from our marriage to our coworkers, are all founded in friendship.
We learn how to interact with people because of our friends, even the ones that are opposite from us or share a different worldview.
I found this support in my best friend, my sister from another father, Regina.
Regina is an eccentric, overbearing, lover of all things natural type of girl.
Friendship is very important to us, some of our friends may listen to us when we feel disappointed or happy, we share with our feelings each other; some others may take care of us when we are sick; some of them may live with us side by side.
But as Sparks says, "Technology offers great capabilities to keep in touch with people, but it also can keep us from really getting to know someone"( Neuber, 2007)....
- Friendship might be called as a special kind of concern for your friend, a concern which might reasonably be understood as a kind of love (Helm, 2005).
All of us have friends, whatever we are poor or rich.
[tags: Value of Friendship] - Riding With the Top Down; The Importance of Friendship “The silver friend knows your present and the gold friend knows all of your past dirt and glories.
Once in a blue moon there is someone who knows it all, someone who knows and accepts you unconditionally, someone who is there for life.” This is a quote I read once in an article by Jill Mc Corkle. Mc Corkle’s description of a “gold friend” describes a friendship that I have with a group of girls who mean the world to me....