” but a trustworthy person won't ever make you feel like that.
Trusted friends are those you can tell your flaws to and know your revelations are safe.
Sometimes after you tell people certain information you think: “What in the world was I thinking? They are someone who does things with you even though these things maybe totally boring, but they still do them.
A good friend sees good in your accomplishments; because of this they will not want you to do poorly and will always be looking out for you, hoping you do your best.
A trustworthy friend is someone you can count on no matter what.
True friendship is a feeling of love, sharing and caring. Generally, it is only the people of the same age, character and background, mentality, etc., who can understand him and understand his problems. Friendship is an elixir which is essential for a happy life.
Today, many youngsters have become social nuisance mainly due to wrong company and bad friends. Their mental outlook, behaviour, attitudes affect us too. A person who has true friends in life is lucky enough Friendship makes life thrilling. True friendship knows no boundaries or demarcations of caste, creed, race and sex. Many remain with us in the guise of good friends and lead us to the wrong path. It does not matter how often you meet your friends, but how much you care and feel for another in good times as well as in bad times. It is a feeling that someone understands and appreciates you as you are, without any exaggeration, flattery and pretensions It gives a feeling that you are ‘wanted’ and that you are ‘someone’ and not a faceless being in the crowd. They are needed to turn to when one is in trouble, and facing difficulties. Every group of people- children, youth, elders, very elderly people, etc. However, it is better to have friends of the same age group and cultural backgrounds. We have to remember the maxim “All that glitters is not gold”.It is beneficial for children to manage and build their own relationships, even though as parents and carers we may want to take responsibility or interfere.But there are ways we can help our children navigate friendships, become more confident and help to build and develop their social skills. Sometimes you might be faced with your child falling out with their friend.Even now, as adults, our friends remain a hugely important part of our lives, from sharing problems, asking for advice, uncontrollable laughter and good times, sharing our life events and proudest moments, our friends help each of us define who we are.For children, making friends is a vital part of growing up and an essential part of their social and emotional development.And, as children mature, friends are able to help reduce stress and navigate challenging developmental experiences, especially during teenage years.But it is not only the social and emotional benefits; friends can positively influence children’s health.Studies have shown that children who played frequently with active friends were far less likely to mention barriers for not exercising, such as low self-esteem, feeling self-conscious or lack of enjoyment.However, it is not always easy for children to know how to manage friendships and learning how to keep and make new friends involves a number of skills young children need to learn and develop.