We may have many acquintances, and are friendly with the people we come across in our daily life, however, some individuals feel that they are lucky if they have managed to gather through their life a handful of close friends.
Our friends are there to listen to us when everyone else is unwilling or too busy to lend an ear. They protect us when others mistreat us, and they have an ability to share the truth without painfully hurting us.
They accept us for who we are without judgment. When we are with them, we feel that we belong. No matter how long it has been since we physically saw them, our connection to them is timeless. Whether we speak with them every day or once a year, it always feels right.
On the other hand, we may also have friends that are takers, freeloaders or codependent.
How do we deal with these types of friendships?
We will explore some of these today?
You can also find more on this topic in my book: Emotions Simplified by Glenda D. Quinto available on Amazon.com
Love & Blessings to all...
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