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sure signs you have (or are) a good friend
Am I a good friend? That’s a great introspective, self-aware kinda question! To find the answer, you could do what any sensible person would do—take a bunch of online quizzes and see if the internet thinks you’re a good friend. (I was everything from a “BFF” to a “just-okay friend.”) OR you could ask yourself this question: “What am I looking for in a friend?”
A good friend:
1. shows up.
2. lets you be yourself…
3. … while helping you be your best self.
4. is self-aware.
5. is empathetic.
6. is trustworthy.
7. is fun, introduces you to new experiences, and helps you grow.
What you are looking for in a friend — be that person! Being a good friend and having good friends are two essential things in life.
lets just agree 2 disagree…
If you’ve been married for a minute you know disagreements are going to come up between the two of you. But, have you ever had one of those disagreements where not only were you on opposite sides of the issue, neither one of you was willing to budge?
Guess what? You’re in good company. Plenty of marriages have experienced this; they may just not be talking about it because what does it really say about your relationship if you can’t figure out how to come to some type of compromise? Asking for a friend, right?
It’s actually possible to agree to disagree without experiencing distress in your marriage. Meaning, both people have accepted the other’s point of view without agreeing on it and they are moving on.
It’s not always easy to disagree without being disagreeable. Keep in mind, the one you love is far more valuable than proving your point or being right.