Wednesday, December 2, 2020

10 Tips To Keep A Long-Running Friendship Stronger

10 Tips To Keep A Long-Running Friendship Stronger

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Friendship is established when two individuals meet each other’s peaks of interest. from small talks in the morning to unlimited non-stop talks until the late hours of the evening. It is like a ship that is anchored on important values on life such as love, caring, and genuineness.

Basis for strong friendship varies. Some measure it by time, but others measure it by the number of adventures (or misadventures) spent together, or others put it in the context of ‘gut-feeling’ of meeting your soulmate after a hundred years just because your words and actions complement each other’s very well-chemistry, as they’d like to call to the point that you finish each other’s sentences.

You and your friend have a long, long way to go. Here are some tips and reminders to lengthen and strengthen those golden years of friendship!

1. Stay in touch

They say that communication is the key. Spend time with your friends and make up for the times when you once said no to a hangout. Lack of communication can greatly affect to friendship, because believe me, there’s so much that can happen in a day. You must know about those! It would be hard to miss those juicy details.

Either you can visit an amusement park, arrange a pajama party, treat yourselves out at a Samgyupsal restaurant, or maybe just a simple hangout in the mall would be enough. Communicating in this generation is not much of a challenge anymore. A friend, or a group is just a message away.

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