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We can be great friends to each other, despite the distance, if we choose to make the effort. If we remember to make the time, we can have those types of meaningful, fulfilling conversations that make us feel seen, understood, appreciated, and supported. I compiled some of the ideas that resonated strongly with me some of them paraphrased or slightly altered for ease of reading. Be kind and listen. Be fun and light. Be serious when needed, love extensively, and forgive always. Sandra Lumb. Eva Valencia. A true friend is someone who always listens and is genuinely interested in the good and bad, and someone who calls or writes just to say hello.
Kimberly McCarthy. Be loyal in confidence and characteralways open and inviting to share concerns, always honest even if you disagree. Peggy Turner Beatty.
A true friend tries his best to cheer you up when you are upset and makes you feel special. Kalpana Tewani. Be who you truly are, be that vulnerable, and provide the other person the space, safety and choice to do the same. Cynthia Ruprecht Hunt.
Be genuinely happy when they get, receive, or achieve something you truly desire. Heather Tucker. Share the truth in your heartwithout the fear of misunderstandings. Ricardo Marques. Accept the person as they are, as an individual, without conditions.
Also, as important as it is for you to be there for them, sometimes you have to be willing to let them be there for you. Casey Kimes. Kim Shaw. Help yourself and those closest to you grow. To live means to grow, and a true friend is someone that you can honestly say has helped define you as an individual. Kevin Ball. Celebrate the wins and be there to support the losses.
Margalit Ward. Show up! You can pretend to care but you cannot pretend to show up. Sherri Levy. A true friend is someone you feel as comfortable with as you do when you are by yourself. No illusions, no holding back. Liz McConomy. Be there for the other person in the same way you would be there for yourself. Elizabeth McDaniels. The ego is powerful. Sabrina Toffey. Talia Startsman. To all the beautiful, inspiring people who come here and share pieces of themselves, thank you for being you and for taking me, just as I am. Friends hugging image via Shutterstock.
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Show them how. We need meaningful connections with other people. Always be thereeven in silence. Nerrisa Nam 2. Sandra Lumb 3. Eva Valencia 4. Guide each other in times of need with your honest opinions. Ashna Singh 5. Kimberly McCarthy 6. Peggy Turner Beatty 7.
Kalpana Tewani 8. Try and improve their life though your friendship. Barry Cassidy 9. Cynthia Ruprecht Hunt Heather Tucker Ricardo Marques Be loyal and forgive but above all: love and respect.
Casey Jo Wagner Casey Kimes Kim Shaw Kevin Ball Margalit Ward Larry Stilts Annika de Korte Sherri Levy Liz McConomy Elizabeth McDaniels Sabrina Toffey Do you have anything to add to the list? Web Twitter Facebook More Posts. See a typo or inaccuracy? Please so we can fix it! Did you enjoy this post? Please share the wisdom :. Free Download: Buddha Desktop Wallpaper. Mixed feelings with Wife Practical steps for dealing with a negative person?
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