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This article was originally published on August 12, Bumping this one to the top to make sure it gets read again today. You might be a terrible friend and not even realize it. That should scare you. Right now you should be sweating profusely, pacing the floor, and asking yourself whether or not you know how to be a good friend. Sometimes our actions and the words that escape our mouths stop going through a filter.
We get so used to our friends that we become insensitive to the things we say and do. Sure, that level of comfort can be a good thing, but at the same time a lot of ugliness can start leaking out.
Check out some of the signs below and see how many of these apply to you. After a while you start assuming that because you think a certain way, your friends and others do too.
Eventually, you begin to blame others and talk about how they went and did something even though they never did. This gets annoying and yes, your friends do notice this.
You start criticizing or blaming them for everything. Everything wrong is because of them. Then you start letting them know, even non-verbally, how you feel about the situation. This is how you lose friends. You only spend time with them when you need something. There is always a reason to call or text. You evade all responsibility, leaving them to handle it all. You never think about how they may feel. Your words hurt like knives and you might not even know it or care, because you have a disregard for how they may feel.
So many things to be mindful of! Are you losing track? You could begin to wear down the friendship if the other person feels like you constantly show off or downplay their accomplishments.
People have enough insecurities and self-esteem issues as is. Tossing in a question to make it seem like you care is insincere. You never stick to your word. Punctuality goes into this too. How to Be a Good Friend. Send them a text, a phone call even better, or surprise them by showing up at their front door.
Make an excuse to spend time with them. It just means showing you want them to be okay. Some people are very good at hiding their negative emotions. Masks get heavy when you wear them for so long and sometimes you forget how to take it off. I used to put on a brave face when I was going through rough times. Know when to be serious and when to be goofy. No cheap attempt at being funny to avoid the real issues.
Be mature and aim at finding common ground instead of trying to divert the attention elsewhere. Go the extra mile when they ask for 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. This means never half-ass things when it comes to your friends.
This annoys some people and eventually they give up, but good friends keep trying. Make them feel wanted. This means you listen to everything they say intently.
You show you like being around them. Hell, sometimes even say it outright. Understand and respect boundaries. Be honest and constructive when needed. You care about their lungs. Do you want them to crash and burn later or would you rather let them suffer an ego hit, fix their act, and get out there in full confidence?
If you feel like criticisms are harsh, offer them tips on how to improve. Introduce them to others. Remember, you want to be proud of being in public with them. Jump to the rescue when asked. I called people I knew would come to my aid because they were the type to help. Those who I knew would have an excuse. Which brings me to my next point… Be okay with gaps in conversation. Silent gaps will naturally occur in a conversation.
Be comfortable with them. Especially as an introvert, I need time to recharge after spending time with a lot of people. I really enjoy my time, but I need to recharge my batteries on occasion. With that in mind, learn the real differences between introverts and extroverts. You may have the wrong idea. Be dependable punctuality and keeping promises. Being unreliable will make your friends think twice before asking you for something. Learn how to apologize. It takes a lot to admit you did something wrong.
It happens to the best of us. We all get too caught up in our own lives and forget how to show appreciation. Be invested in their successes and show in your facial expressions that you really are happy. Show small gestures on occasion. It can be as simple as buying them something you thought they might like. That would tell me a lot of things.
First, I know they remember what I enjoy. Second, they were thinking of me. Third, they spent their hard-earned cash to let me know they like me. Start saying yes more often to your friends and make time for them.
After all, remember the point about boundaries. However, I know how easy it is to say no. Life goes on and everyone has their own thing to do. Being impeccable with your word is so important. Punctuality is something I used to suck at severely. But like with all these other lessons, being a good friend requires some effort. So working a little bit harder to be on time is just a necessity of being a good friend. Do you think being an introvert plays a part when it comes to friendships?
But, I would think an introvert would have to utilize more will power than an extrovert. Especially when it comes to consciously putting in effort to better their relationships. Being introverted definitely plays a factor. Then when we reach for the phone, whether to answer an invitation or form one, we think twice. I totally get that, but once I realized I said no too often I began to start saying yes more.
Very perceptive and highly informative and inspiring post. I was looking for something to help my nieces form friendships … this sure works for adults too. And your responses to peoples comments are very insightful to. As an introvert myself, I have spent many an hour contemplating what friendship is — what it does — precisely because of my social ineptitude.
Thank you for sharing about introverts. I am one, too.
Aside from your significant other -- who is likely to also be your best friend -- your most important relationships are your friends. Don't walk away, don't be distracted, don't be too busy or tired, don't take them for granted. Friends are part of the glue that holds life and faith together. Scott "Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend. I thought I was the only one.
Lewis "Friendship consists in forgetting what one gives and remembering what one receives. He may not seem such a good friend after telling. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. It's not something you learn in school. But if you haven't learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven't learned anything. There is a time for silence. A time to let go and allow people to hurl themselves into their own destiny.
And a time to prepare to pick up the pieces when it's all over. That magnet is unselfishness, thinking of others first; when you learn to live for others, they will live for you. Lewis "The friend who holds your hand and says the wrong thing is made of dearer stuff than the one who stays away. Like the mellow rays of the departing sun, it falls tenderly, yet sadly, on the heart.
Depends how loud you shut it. And do psychologists confirm this new paradigm is a good one to strive for? I enlisted the help of Monmouth University Polling Institute to investigate. To help figure out how many best-friend couples are out there, we asked adults across the United States the following question: Among adults currently in a romantic relationship, the vast majority 83 percent considered their current partner to be their best friend. For those who are currently married, the rate was even higher.
Men and women had similar rates, while younger respondents were slightly less likely than older respondents to view their partner as their best friend. The overall numbers from this recent poll dwarf the earlier reported rate of best-friend romantic partners.
In a study, only 44 percent of college students indicated their romantic partner was also their best bud. But expectations for modern relationships have evolved in the intervening years.
We hold our relationships to higher standards than we have in previous decades. In particular, couples now expect their relationships to promote personal growth and help individuals fulfill their own goals. For example, your partner should help you become a better person by teaching you new things like how to make the perfect creme brulee, taking you places like the cool new trampoline park and opening your eyes to new perspectives such as the benefits of eating a more vegetarian-based diet.
Although this expectation for growth could conceivably place an unwieldy burden on your relationship, researchers believe that modern relationships are up to the task. In fact, the idea that a relationship can help an individual become a better person, a phenomenon that researchers call self-expansion , is a useful one; relationships that provide more expansion are also of higher quality. In order to hit all these self-improvement targets, you may need more from a spouse or romantic partner than was expected in years past — and a partner who is also your best friend may be a step in the right direction.
Think of it this way: We wanted to see if these best-friend romances were really better. This finding is consistent with research showing that relationships with more companionate love — based on friendship, feelings of affection, comfort and shared interests — last longer and are more satisfying. Other research shows that those in friendship-based love relationships feel they have a highly likable partner, and that shared companionship is an important part of the love.
A study of married individuals revealed that those with higher scores on the friendship-based love scale also reported more relationship satisfaction, greater perceived importance of the relationship, greater respect for their spouse, and felt closer to their spouse. More recently, across two studies with nearly participants in relationships, those who place more value on the friendship aspect of their relationship also report more commitment, more love and greater sexual gratification.
In addition, valuing friendship also decreased the chances of the couple breaking up. Best-friend love is starting to sound better and better. All of these benefits are backed up by accounts from a special type of relationship expert: When researchers asked over of these couples about their secret to relationship success and longevity, what was the number one reason?
The second most common response was liking their spouse as a person, another key facet of friendship-based love.
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