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      Marvic P .Sanchez
    • What is FRIENDSHIP?
      • Friendship is an in-depth relationship. It requires meeting the needs of both friends.
      • "Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportunity."
      • "A friend is one who believes in you when you have ceased to believe in yourself.“
      • "A friend is someone who is there for you when he'd rather be anywhere else.“
    • How to make friendship last?
      • Building a friendship from casual friends
      -Building  friendships takes time.
      • Maintenance of friendships is crucial
      -Friendships can not be neglected.
      • Setting Limits in Friendships
      -Friendships as well as all other relationships must have limits.
      • Manipulation
      -If you think you are being manipulated, either by a friend, mate/lover, or relative, take this short test to check it out.
      • Conversation
      -Being able to carry on a comfortable conversation with a social acquaintance is a matter of practice and following certain procedures in communicating.
    • Types of friendship
      • Acquaintance
      -a friend, but sharing of emotional ties isn't present.
      • Best friend (or close friend)
      - a person(s) with whom someone shares extremely strong interpersonal ties with as a friend.
      • BFF ("Best Friend Forever")
      -slang used primarily by teenage and young adult women to describe a girl friend or close best friend.
      • Bro
      -common term for best friends among men, oftentimes in high school, college or early adulthood.
      • Buddy
      -males and sometimes females often refer to each other as "buddies“.
      • Casual relationship or "Friends with benefits“
      -the sexual or near-sexual and emotional relationship between two people.
    • Friends: How to Grow a Friend(twelve-steps)
    • 1. People Equal Friends.
      - There is a certain chemistry with friends just as in a love relationship.
      2. Talking Is Essential Among Friends.
      - Talking between friends requires reciprocity.
      3. Friends Acknowledge Friends.
      - Friends acknowledge each other when talking.
    • 4. Friends Listen to Friends.- Listening to friends in an important step in building a closer friendship.
      5. Friends Attend to Friends.- Friends focus during conversations.
      6. Friends Show Empathy With Friends.- Empathy is identifying with your friend's feelings and seeing life through your friend's eyes.
    • 7. Friends Touch Friends.- Touching is a warm form of communication between friends.
      8. Friends Praise Friends.- Affirmation is a powerful tool for growing a friend.
      9. Friends Are Loyal and Trustworthy.- Trust and loyalty go hand-in-hand for friends.
    • 10. Friends are Equal.- Friends are on a seesaw.
      11. Friends Reveal Their Feelings.- We feel closest to our friends when we are suffering together, when we feel like our friend needs us, or when we feel a friend has shared something of great importance with us.
      12. Friends Do Not Mind Read.- The person who thinks, "If you really liked me, you could read my mind" can not have an adult friendship.
    • Thank you!!