How to Feed a Friendship

Everyone needs friends in life. Having someone to share your life with, cry with, laugh with and who supports and understands you, is what makes our lives worth living. In today’s modern and hectic world many people often don’t take the required effort and time to nurture the friendships that are so important in life. Here are a few tips on how to feed your friendship in this fast-paced world.

Pay attention:

Keeping tab on those significant events in your friend’s life is one of the best ways to nurture your friendship. If your friend’s dad or mom is not well, pay a visit to them and give comfort or help if necessary. Make a list of some of your friend’s significant dates like birthday, their parents’ anniversaries, etc. and make sure that you call them with well wishes, even if you cannot meet them personally.

Exercise your Dialing Finger:

Yes, in this busy and competitive world, you may not have enough time to meet up with your friends every week or month. Today’s science and technology has made our life very simple so make the most use of your cell phone. Try to keep in touch always with your close buddies and try to make yourself available whenever your friends are really in need of you. You don’t have to wait for them to call you, call them and keep in contact with your close friends.

Crack Open your Datebook:

Good friends always set up a particular time or day for their friends, no matter what. They meet for coffee before work or hang out together at the gym or health club. No matter how busy you may be, plan around your work schedule and try to meet with your friends at least once a month. This will not only help you nurture the friendship, but it will also relieve stress and tension from your busy work schedules.

Rain Compliments:

Everyone wants to be appreciated at some point in time. In today’s competitive world, many of us often don’t get shown much appreciation from our family, boss or teachers. That’s what close buddies are for. Don’t forget to compliment your friends and encourage them whenever required.

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