Having friends is essential to people’s lives. It is not necessary to have many friends, a few are enough … as long as they are of quality. Friends keep us company, make us laugh, or are by our side when we need to cry. Although it is not easy to have friends where everyone shares your ideas, in reality, friendship is based on connection and respect, even if the ideas are not always the same.

Friends can enrich your life, and we all need certain friends in order to balance life. Friends are those people you see every day or those who are by your side when you need support from a loved one. Friends are, the family that is chosen and these types of friends … it is necessary to have them close.

1 the real thing

The ability to be authentic with at least one person will provide you with the outlet you need to overcome any of life’s challenges. Spend more time and space with those who make you feel less misfit and more a part of something that feels like home. This person is someone you can be totally real with, even when it comes to talking about your family. When things get a little tough, you need a friend who already knows the whole backstory and is willing to let you vent all of your frustration so you can feel better.

2. The mentor

The mentor is the one who guides you when you need it and listens carefully to everything you say. Everyone needs a friend who can confidently talk about their fears and insecurities about what is happening to them. The mentor is one who has extensive experience in life and can be trusted with his or her wisdom.

This friendship is important because, unlike a coworker, you can talk openly about your concerns in a safe environment. Although it is not easy to find this friend, once you do, he will be a real treasure for you.

3.The one who likes to go out

We all have those moments when we just want to isolate ourselves and recharge ourselves by watching series with popcorn. But when we start to isolate ourselves in less than healthy ways, this friend is the one who forces us to get out of the house and do something, anything. Although we complain about having to take a shower and get dressed, deep down we are grateful that this friend is the one who pushes you and makes you go out … in the end, you will always have a good time.

4.the athlete

If you want to have an additional incentive to get moving, having an athlete friend will be really motivating. Even when wearing headphones while working out with your friend, seeing a friendly face will make the workout go through a little quicker and more satisfying.

On those days when you just don’t feel like hitting the gym, the thought of leaving a friend hanging may be enough to get you on your shoes and walking out the door. Start building a network of friends who like to do the types of exercise you like to do.  This will ensure that you always have someone you can meet to work out with.

5.He who is happy for you

We all need the friend we can call to celebrate our victories without making the other person jealous or envious . He is the person you can call because he will get excited for you too. Having someone to call in your moments of triumph can empower and inspire you, especially if you are the type who normally minimizes your success. 

On the other hand, this person will also be there to reach out to you when you fall and you need that momentum to continue moving forward. He will never make you feel bad when you fail, he will tell you that he is proud of you and also, he will accompany you on the path of your reconstitution. 

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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