5 Tips - How To Be A Good Friend With Someone?

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  1. vikasgaikwad

    vikasgaikwad New Member

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    Find Friends is easier than find romantic partners, but a good friend is harder to find than almost anything else

    We have major relationships in our life which affect our lives, like Romance, Professional Life and Family…… AND Fourth Category – FRIENDS – a unique and important role

    With some people, we might remain casual friends for a long time, and with others we have the opportunity to become closer. Sometimes friends will bond faster after they experience a shared activity, and other times closeness will happen naturally

    The pace at which you bond is partially up to circumstances beyond your control (after all, some people just aren't going to click), but you can try to become better friends with someone if you hit it off and want to speed things up

    5 - TIPS FOR BUILDING A GOOD FRIENDSHIP

    1. Understand When To Be Serious And When To Be Foolish

    When it’s time to be serious, you get down to business. No goofing off. No cheap attempt at being funny to avoid the real issues. You may argue from time to time and that’s alright. It’s natural. Be mature and aim at finding common ground instead of trying to divert the attention elsewhere

    There are times to be messing around, but it gets tiring for others if you don’t know how or when to turn it off. If you can’t then how can others trust you enough to share important things with you?

    2. Go Beyond If They Want Your Help

    When they ask for your opinion or help on something that means something. It means they value what you think. If someone hands you an essay asking for you to help proofread or revise it then go the extra mile. Bust out a red pen and start marking it up like crazy. Show them you’re as invested as they are

    This means never half-ass things when it comes to your friends. These are your friends we’re talking about here. It’s a committed relationship and it sucks when the other person doesn’t put in effort to help when needed

    3. Meet Her/him With Excited And Introduced With Other Friends

    Your social circle might be tightly knit, but there’s always room for expansion. Introduce them to people they don’t know just to show you’re not afraid of being seen with them. Remember, you want to be proud of being in public with them

    It’s up to them to decide if they want to start hanging out with these new people in the long-run. In fact, it does not even matter if they do. Fun is what you’re aiming for here


    4. Show You Are Happy For Them

    We all get too caught up in our own lives and forget how to show appreciation. Sure, we know we care, but it’s difficult for the other person to know you do if you don’t show it

    It’s easy to tell when someone is dishonest. “Wow, I am so happy for you,” with a non-eager face is not very convincing. Be invested in their successes and show in your facial expressions that you really are happy


    5. Always Keep In Touch With Your Friends

    Life goes on and everyone has their own thing to do. Sure, picking up where you left off may be easy for you, but it’s just as easy to completely lose contact. It takes effort, especially when there’s a lot of physical distance, to maintain a good friendship

    It’s a relationship that takes both sides to work

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    6. Honor your commitments by not standing your friends up. 7. Listen and empathize.
     
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    Hi Todd,

    Thanks for reply.

    I am really appreciated that you read my post and give your valuable feedback. I will try to write more information about Personality Development.

    Thank and regards,

    Vikas
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