posted on Feb, 13 2015 @ 01:14 AM
a reply to: funkadeliaaaa
That is because when one makes friends they step out and connect to others, as opposed to joining an official "club" or organisation. Friends can
start off as total strangers, something in common, a good laugh, and then something clicks and you are spending much of your time with them.
I find that I trust my friends, they have good principles and it is unlikely that they would betray me, as friends we are open with money and also
help each other out, we also can talk about our personal lives without the fear that the information would be used against us.
Friends that you have had for a long time, have had experiences with you that last in your memory and you have associated much fun and enjoyment with
them, friends do argue, however, it means that they are not afraid to challenge each other because they know that even after an argument, they still
remain friends because of a certain "bond"...
As friends, we have fought, cried, and laughed together, we have also worked together, and basically we are familiar with each other to the extent
that we know that we can trust one and other, and that, we can be ourselves because we do not need to put on a facade in order to be accepted - which
occurs with social groups mostly, where there are "protocols" and "norms"...
edit on 13-2-2015 by SystemResistor because: (no reason