What would you do for a best friend?
She helped out at the worst of times and now to do something in return for that friend. How to make your best friend feel appreciated?
One of my dearest friends gave me a yellow rose bush when my mother died. Yellow was Mom's favorite color. It's been four years and I still think of both of them whenever it blooms.
Best friends are few. I met my best friend in the year 2002, and we’re still the best of friends. We talk a lot on the phone, but even if I don’t see her for six months and she calls upon me for any support, I can break my leg while heading there. I can do for her anything for as long as I am able.
by KrystalD13 months ago
Who was your best friend when you were a child? What happened to him or her? Are you still friends?
by Johnathan David6 months ago
What's the difference between a friend, a true friend and a best friend?I just want your viewpoints on the certain stages of friendship and what they mean to you..
by Penelope Hart6 years ago
Have you managed to remain very good friends with your very first important 'best friend'? How?Why? What is it about this friendship that is so dear, or important, or particular that it has lasted a lifetime?
by vanpelt5 years ago
My(20yrs) wife's best friend is a man who is in-love with her. The man is married his wife emotionally not there.My wife I believe is trying to heal the wounds of a father who abandoned her as a little girl....
by Patricia Scott4 years ago
If you knew that your best friend's significant other was cheating on him (her), would you tell?Do you think you should keep your mouth shut or would you give your friend a heads up? Do you think you should myob or is...
by ashlei087 years ago
So, I really need some advice. I know my ex for 9 years we have been best friends for that long. However, we decided to start dating and our relationship lasted for about a year or 2 and we were very much in love....
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