Things You Learn About Friendship in Your 20s

By on May 6, 2014

Friendship is the most wonderful and true relation in your teenage. There are two types of friends in life; one is of kind that when you go away for a long time and come back, it feels like nothing has changed, and the kind that when you go away for a long time and come back, it feels like everything has changed.

Your true friends are the ones that you can pick up with where you left off as if no time has passed. Hold on to them with the Jaws of Life. Trust is important. It is the backbone of all relationships, especially those in your 20s.

Invest in yourself everyday. Whether that means meditating, physical exercise, or eating well. If you do not take care of yourself you sure as hell would not be able to take care of anyone else. Stop and express appreciation for the people you work with, your family and your friends, it does not take much. A simple compliment could change the course of someone’s entire day.

Every relationship expert will emphasize the importance of communication in a long-lasting relationship. Share your best moments and bad moments with your friends. As the other person is talking, be sure to listen attentively, and communicate your interests and feelings.

Your get-togethers might only be a monthly occurrence now, but that will just make you appreciate your friend more, encouraging you to relish the moments you do have together.

Stop comparing yourself to others and do not envy them. There are always going to be people who are smarter, prettier, nicer, and just all around better than you. Realize that you are on your own path which no one else can walk on. There is no need to compete with others. Make just few close friends and do not trust easily on anyone because anyone can cheat you during this age.