What does the word FRIENDSHIP mean for me?

At some point in their lives most people have daydreamed about joys of having lots of good friends. However, one must wonder, what the word friendship means for him and if it is possible to have lots of really close friends.

It is popularly believed, that friendship is one of the most rewarding experiences in life. Many people are likely to believe that it is far more important than romantic love. I assume, that life without friends would be filled with feelings of loneliness and isolation. It is often said, that a friend in need is a friend indeed and I strongly agree with this subject, because only then you can find out what you really mean to your friend.

In addition to this, sometimes when we fall out with our friends we ask ourselves what was wrong. It seems to me that, there lots of ways how to keep your friendship last longer. For example, you should always listen to our friends’ problems and try to do your best to help them in difficult times. Moreover, you should not talk about your friend to other people, in case he might be hurt, when he finds out what have you been saying. Good friends should be inseparable, but when you see that there never seems to be enough time to cram everything in, you realize that there is something wrong with your friendship. In reality, it is getting to the point where it is not so much a question of meeting up, more a question of having a reunion.

I am dead certain, that there is an essential difference in the way men and women percept friendship. For instance, men are likely to form their friendships in doing something mutually such as playing football in a team or something similar. Women actually expect to share their emotional life with their friends.

Taking everything into account, the word “friendship” means to have a friend which will never let me down and tell a lie. A real friend with always be faithful and reliable. It will be some to whom I can tell my deepest most personal thoughts in complete confidence and call him by bosom buddy.