woww good question..
i do like friend ship with girls. it's one kind of happy ness while you share your feelings with your friends..
Friendship is an in-depth relationship
friendship for me is paramount of every relationship..even father-son , wife-husband is not complete till they become friends..
again, totally agree with pisean. my husband and i were...literally...best friends before we got married, and have remained so.
anyway, point being: friendship is recognizing the beauty and value of each other's life and soul. In Irish Gaelic, the term for a deep and meaningful friendship is 'Anam Cara', translated as 'friend of the soul'.
it's a bonding of belief and trust between two similar minded humans or any other form of creatures having developed conscious system.
A friend can help you through problems and is always there. You can tell them anything and worry about telling them.
you can found the meaning of friendship by listening to Manowar song, Blood Brother.
"a friend will not say no"
A friend is someone who finds out what you want, what your dreams and goals are and helps and supports you in achieving them. Friendships is reciprocal. True friends are gold!
Friendship means to me.. a person who is fun and pleasant to be around, has similar interests (hopefully), and you support each other when life gets rough.
Yes, it's all of these things, yet real friendship still needs a special kind of 'spark' to hit it off, whch is hard to define.
A bit like a relationship without the desire for physical intimacy, I guess.
I just wrote a hub on friendships with the women I have met where I live....to me, friendship is the meeting of same minds, same interests, be willing to stand byside each other in good times and hard times, and to accept each other's faults, ...that is what I have always thought of friendship should be....
friendship to me is being able to share your most intimate secrets and no matter what a person does there is an unconditional love for one another that surpasses all others. You have to be a friend to have a friend and most friendships you can count on one hand.
having a friend is special. You can be in any frame of mind and still be loved. A friend does little things that mean a lot. I have lost my friend on hubpages for a couple of days where are you?
The bond between 2 or more people were the can trust and be there for each other no matter whats goin on in their lives!
When life gets tough and painful - you find out who your true friends are.
True frendship is not setting rat traps by the front door.
Friendship to me is liking the other fellow the way you like yourself. You won't hurt him because you don't like to be hurt. There is balance of love, respect, give-and-take between you.
A friend doesn't use you. A friend doesn't treat you like a possession. A friend knows when to call and when to leave you alone. A friend give and takes and doesn't asks everyone to baby her.
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