What is a friend? A friend is someone who supports you, sympathizes with you, or patronizes a group. An easily definition of that would be a person you know, like and trust. In these tough times we count on friend to help us get through. I like to think of friendship as everlasting, but is friendship truly forever? Can miles drive you away from friends you made after graduating from places like high school or college? Just imagine walking across the stage and never seeing the people you graduated with. Well for those instances you can always join networking places like Facebook. Metallica Facebook helps you connect with the people in your life. In those ways you would never be without your friends. On these sites you can write to each other on A friendship can be everlasting depending on the personalities in that relationship. Sometimes personalities can change for the good the bad in many friendships. You can never change a person through a friendship. Differences can set you apart. The definition of a friend has changed over the years therefore that could be a contributing factor to why we can count our friend on one hand. Think about it! When separating from friends for a while physically values and beliefs start to change. Many may argue that is not true, but I will say I have lost many friends do to personality changes and belief. Some reasons maybe be because everyone in college likes to smoke and drink.
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I am not a fan of either which I believe is gross so I drop many friends due to that reason. I have also lost a lot of friends due to the ways they act towards me or others when different people are around. In the urban world we call that being “fake.” Fake is another way of saying you aren’t what you claim to be. You don’t stay true to yourself and totally honest. Metallica On the other side people can change for the good to help each other in a friendship. Friendships can gain trust through one another in due to the people you are around. In a relationship trust is being able tell a secret under confidence to other people hoping they wont tell. If you gain some ones trust when you come to a problem you are likely to come to that person. Our friendships consist of individuals who we confide, trust, and rely on for continuous support.
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These individuals preserve the aptitude to either heal or destroy our perspectives, future relationships, and self-esteem. Because friendships appear to rest natural, “we don’t often explicate our expectations about what it means to be a friend, but most of us nevertheless have rules for relationships that are shared cultural beliefs about what behaviors friends should perform” Metallica (Miller, 2012, p. 220). Through ensuing an innate governance of expectations, friendships subsist informal and effortless, until an individual breaks expectancy. Of the rules of friendship, three embrace prominence to me: show emotional support, don’t be jealous of each other’s relationships, and stand up for your partner in his/her absence. These rules stand analytical to my friendships as they endorse a trusting, compassionate relationship. An essential element of fulfilling friendships transpires within emotion support, through the actions of “affection, acceptance, and reassurance”.