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Keeping the relationship alive


Having good friends is especially helpful when you are facing to hard time of your life or many kinds of problem in your life. Friendship have emotional resources like having fun, problem solving approach and knowledge gaining. Making more and more friends is good feeling for everyone. There are many experience in our life which we share only with our friends. There are lot of things which cause you to make friends. Best friens accept each other for who they are. They do not try to change one another. If you want to keep your relationship alive you must give it time, attentation and needs. Be aware of your relationship thet you are going on right track. Think about the persons likes and dislikes in your relation. Every relationship needs a solid base. Argument is part of good relationship, it makes your relationship strong.

Some advices for keeping friendship

  • Do not make a fun of people.
  • Be in contact with your friends, it will help you to understand them very well manner.
  • Do not prove your friend wrong in front of other friends.
  • Always help your friend when he badly need of you.
  • Do not forget to complete you promice.
  • Do not try to disapprove your friends.
  • Accept the changes in your relationship, it make your bond strong.
  • Take a lot of work to keep your relationship alive.
  • Give compliments every day.
  • Support your friend in his thic and thin.
  • Always learn something new from your friend.
  • Think before arrenging meet with online friend.
  • Say something nice to your friend every day.
  • Spend some time on discussing your goal.

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