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  • 1. You have to have friends People use the word “friend” in a variety of ways. A friend can mean anything from a casual acquaintance to someone you´ve known your whole life. Whoever they are, friends are an important part of life at every stage. They provide companionship and emotional support. Of all our relationship, friendships are the most voluntary. We choose our friends. Making new friends: It´s easy to stay in a circle of friends’ you´re comfortable with. But as you get older, friendship is a lifelong, but worthwhile job. New friendship can bring opportunities to experience new things. A few pointers for making new friends: 1. Reach out to others: Try to be open to new experiences and relationships. 2. Participate in classes, clubs, or volunteer organizations: These activities will bring you into contact with people who share similar interests. 3. Stick with it: even if you feel uncomfortable.it takes time to build friendship. Keeping Friends Whether friendships are old or new, you can’t neglect them if you want them to last. Even though it´s sometimes hard to spend tie together, it´s important to keep in touch. Two other keys are flexibility and respect. Be understanding when plans change. If you find yourself fighting, try to look at things from the other person´s point of view. Some tips for keeping friends: 1. Be a good listener: Don’t be judgmental and don’t offer advice unless you´re asked. 2. Respect the other person´s opinion, even when you don’t agree. 3. Never break a confidence: Your friends need to know they can trust you. 4. Be supportive of your friends: it´s important to love them despite their faults.

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