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8 Reasons Why You Can Find A Lifetime Friend in Your Cousin

Updated on June 13, 2017
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You can always be counting on your family before anyone else. And life gets you going social and you have to be independent on your own. But can you always depend on your friends for everything in life ?? Maybe, not always. This is why God gave us cousins. They are the first link we have to kinship after our parents. And we spend a lot of time with them while growing up. In this post we will also discuss that why you can find your lifetime friend in your cousin :

# They Will Never Leave You Alone

Your cousins are your great friends, but they are not prone to change in time and circumstances. They will never leave by your side or at least even if they are busy or drift apart, you guys will be back in some point or the other. This is a great kind of security that you look for in friendships.

# They Have The Best Stories To Share With You

Your cousins will remind you of all the fun times you've had. Your childhood stories, your secrets, your family inside jokes and everything that has ever mattered to you. They will also share those best friendship sms with you and all the jokes because they belong to your generation and are the best friends you can imagine. Even if you grow up and drift apart, they know a lot more about you and will always find a footing in your life. They are not just family but friends to be cherished for life. And also you can share your secrets with them which even your parents do not know.

# They Will Not Break Your Trust

Your cousins know you values and stories. They recognize the kind of person you are. You might have fights or disagreements, but be sure that they will keep your back. Also they would put up against any force that goes against you even if they are angry with you. That is the power of similar bloodline.


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# They Know You Better Than All Your Friends

You cousins were there when you guys were kindergartners. Your cousins were there when you were in high school. And they will most likely be somewhere in your life even if you lose touch with them for a while. They know everything about you, your story, your history, the kind of things that break your heart. They likely never made a mind to put up against you so they know you better than your regular friends.

# After All They Are Your Family

Your cousins are somehow somewhere just your second family outside of your home. You guyys are connected with a bond which goes beyond the logic of worldly rules and friendships based on needs. They are God's source of sending friends to you. So you support them as much as they support you, as simple as that !

# They Have Seen You Through All Your Times

Your cousins are truly the kind of people who understand your journey, your struggles and the kind of person you have become. Therefore you do not have to explain them anything anyway. This is a great premise and makes up for the kind of friendship that is actually a lifetime affair ! Unlike your general friends who might not know the kind of things that hurt you and might end up spoiling their friendship with you.

# They Know Your Worth

Your cousins are your life time friends because they will never loose you and they will do anything to keep up with you. They know your true worth. Your cousins are not outsiders, they know your value and worth, therefore they will not leave you and find a lifetime support in them for sure.

# They Are The First Childhood Friends You Have

This is a given fact, they are your first brush with social life. They are your first friends. You share food with them, you grow up together and have shared the best and the worst things. They are technically the first friends you have and also the last friends you will cherish even in the last stages of your life. This is the advantage you have with them.

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