Types of friends you should have
You might have a best friend and a couple of close friends. And that’s fine. But if you want to ensure your social life is healthy, it’s important to make room for more than just one type of friend in your life. I’m here to help guide you through the process of evaluating your friendships. And maybe even find some new ones along the way! These are the Types of friends you should have.
Friends who make you feel good about yourself.
Friends who make you feel good about yourself
You’re going to want friends who are supportive and there for you when you need them. They should also not make you feel bad about yourself, which is one of the most important things in a friendship. Friends should be honest with each other and not mean, even if it hurts their feelings sometimes (like when someone tells a friend their haircut looks terrible).
Friends who like you for who you are, in all your glorious imperfections.
You are not perfect. You will make mistakes and no one is perfect. It’s okay to make mistakes, as long as you learn from them and don’t repeat them. The friends who like you for who you are will not judge or criticize your imperfections, but instead accept them as part of what makes you unique and special. They know that everyone makes mistakes sometimes; it’s a part of life!
They won’t try to change who you are either–they believe in embracing each person’s uniqueness. Because that’s what makes our world so beautiful: every single one of us is different! So if someone tells me they think I’m great just the way I am? Well…that means something special indeed!
Friends who aren’t afraid to call you out — but only when it’s deserved.
If you’re a good person, then it’s important to have friends who aren’t afraid to call you out. But only when it’s deserved. These are the people who will tell you when your shoes are untied, or that your breath smells like week-old fish tacos. They’ll also call out any bad behavior on your part. So that both of you can work through any issues together in order for everyone involved (yourself included) to be happy and healthy individuals.
Friends who are always there for you, no matter what happens.
Friends who are always there for you, no matter what happens.
You know the ones: when you’re having a bad day and need someone to vent to or just want someone to listen, they’re there for you. When your house is on fire and your car has been stolen by ninjas (it could happen), they’ll still come over with beer and pizza. These are the friends that stick around through thick and thin. Even if things get tough between the two of you–
and sometimes even when they shouldn’t have! They’re not afraid of confrontation or conflict resolution; they know how much their friendship means to both sides in any disagreement between friends. Because their friendship means so much more than just being able to hang out together every once in a while when life allows it
Friends who know how to have fun without crossing any boundaries.
It’s important to have friends who know how to have fun without crossing any boundaries. This is especially true in the digital age. Where we are constantly connected and sharing our lives with people we’ve never met before.
It can be difficult for us as a society to determine what is appropriate to share on social media. Especially when it comes down to sensitive topics like mental health or family issues. While some things may be fine for some people. Others might not feel comfortable sharing those same experiences with their online followers (or even close friends).
You also need friends who understand when it’s time to cut ties with certain individuals in your life. Even if they seem harmless at first glance! It’s better off knowing now than later when things go south. Because of one bad decision made by either party involved in this situation
Friends who don’t take themselves too seriously. But also won’t let you off the hook when you need to take responsibility for your actions or decisions.
Friends who can laugh at themselves.
Who can laugh at you.
Friends who can laugh at the world.
Friends who can laugh at the universe.
Friends who can laugh at the gods of all things ever and always, past present future infinity forevermore
It’s important to have a variety of friends in order to have the support network that works best for you
In order to have a support network that works best for you, it’s important to have a variety of friends. Friends who are different from you will help you understand and accept yourself. For example, if your friend is super outgoing and social. Then having someone who is introverted and prefers quiet time will help balance out your relationship.
It’s also good to have one friend who can be the opposite or complement another friend in some way. This makes for better conversation and understanding between all parties involved!
So, there you have it! The types of friends you should have in your life. It’s not an exhaustive list by any means — there are so many different kinds of people out there who can bring something special to your world and make it better. But if you’re feeling a little lost when it comes time to choose new friends or reconnect with old ones, just remember these five categories as a starting point: self-esteem boosters, truth-tellers, fun-lovers who won’t cross boundaries or take themselves too seriously. And then take things one step at a time from there!
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