Dating is friendship’s twin, although they are not identical, they share with perfection the same DNA. Many people can easily cultivate good and lasting friendships, but find themselves in trouble when it's time to have good and lasting love affairs. All this because people complicate themselves and think that they need to learn to date, when in fact they only need to imitate their friendships.
1. The first thing to consider is that the more time we spend with a good and very funny friend, we have less need of "other friends" and we are less likely to even think about spending time with "other friends".
2. A true friend is one with whom we want to be, and not one with whom we have to be by any obligation, a good friend is one to whom we feel like calling any time, for any reason (however silly it is) in any place.
3. We don’t compete with our friends. If something good happened to them in anything or situation, we get happy for them. None of us is more important than the other.
4. We are not possessive of our friends. Even though we are always with them we always give them room to breathe and to be themselves. We don’t try to control every aspect of their lives or forge them to our image, because if we did that, we would lose the special person who our friend is.
5. No friend expects another friend to play the role of friend. Each friend has an open mind in relation to the other and he doesn’t know what the new day will bring to this friendship. No friend tells the other: you are my friend and it means you have to do this for me or take me to those sites, or help me in those aspects. No friend pushes the other either verbally, or tacitly, either psychologically or by virtue of society.
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