Monday, April 19, 2010

Monday Morning Question of the Day

I was talking with a friend recently about friendship. 
I shared with her somethings that I have always believed about 
having, making, and keeping good friends. 

So my question(s) for you today are.........

1. Do you think you need to be a good friend in order to have good friends? 
(Basically do you think these two are related?)

2. Do you think it's difficult to maintain good friendships?

3. What are three qualities do you most treasure in a friend?


4 comments:

  1. 1. Yes, I think it's related.
    2. I think friendships are like any other relationship...it needs some care and nurturing.
    3. Being REAL, honesty and lots of laughing. :)

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  2. 1. Yes, I do think you have to BE a good friend to have good friends.

    2. I think it is easy to have good friendships with the right people. It seems effortless with the true, life-long, type of friend. I have had many friendships that fade over time, however. If it seems too one-sided, or they "need" too much without any reciprocation, then those are the ones that usually fizzle out.

    3. Honesty, fun-loving, kindness.

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  3. 1. I think you have to be a good friend to keep good freinds.
    2. Then, it is easy to maintain true friendships, ... those are the ones that stand the test of time, distance, and differences.
    3. Someone who is genuine, supportive, and makes me laugh!

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  4. 1. Yes you have to be a good friend to have a good friend, however, sometimes you need your friend more than they need you or vice versa and you need to be there for each other.

    2. I think a good friendship just flows but it also has a lot to do with my #1 answer.

    3. Laughter, broad-shoulders, available

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