What role do your best friends play in your behavior and personality development?
Over the years best friends influence a lot in our personality development, whether we are aware of it or not; we use their language or choice of words in many situations of our every day life. In speech, in choice of clothes or fashion, in food, in our outlook in life, in our lifestyles and many more. Are you aware of these influences? If so, what behavior do you have that you get from your best friends?
I did not really have friends outside of my family until I was 12 years old..By that time, all of my choices, who I was to become, who I am now, had already been established.
My friends had little influence. When I formed the friendships, those friendships were a kinship to who I already was..
My friends have never played a part in my behavior or personality development
My best friends try to stifle my behaviour and personality development.... but I keep hanging around with them, anyway......
Your friends does not play a direct role in developing your personality but yes indirectly they play a vital role in your personality development. Basically not only your friends but all people around you if they are your family members , relatives, neighbors etc play a vital role in your personality development.because you speak a language as you listen around you. you act as you observe. we have a proverb "do as roman do" . Until you go to school you learn things from your family members when you start going school you learn things from your teachers and after some age your friends inspire you a lot.your whole friend circle affect your dressing, style, language ,communication skill etc.
by StricktlyDating 9 years ago
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by Mariana Luna 9 years ago
well one day this guy i know he's all like "i love you your the best friend i could ever have" then out of the blue he begins to completely ignore me and it's so messed up because he is soo confusing he ignores me one day then the next he's all buddy bi=uddy what do i do?
by Krystal 7 years ago
How important are best friends? Do we need them or can it actually limit us?
by pmorries 7 years ago
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by YvetteParker 7 years ago
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by fierycj 9 years ago
I'm more the director guy, but if I had to play a role besides myself :-) it would be Holden Caulfield from J.D.Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye. I read that book as a kid, and I never realized how much it impacted me, till in my teen years when adults would tell me I act like Holden. I had to go...
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