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How do you recognize a friend and cultivate the relationship?

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2005-11-24 18:50:28
2005-11-24 18:50:28

Friendships usually evolve naturally. It's to do with chemistry. We may have something in common with that person or, they make us laugh or we make them laugh. Friendships aren't that far removed from love relationships, with the exception we don't engage in sex (should it be the opposite sex that is your friend.) With good friendships there is loyalty, honesty and that you feel good around that person and can have fun together. If you get to know each other fairly well then you share the good with the bad and are there 100% for each other. You sound like a person that may dissect simple things in life a little too much. If you are shy the other person will probably make the move. However, there is no reason you can't take it slow and easy with this person and ask them out to your favorite haunts such as a coffee hang-out, club, etc., and the more you are together the more you will get to know each other. Talk about what you like .... sports, favorite movies, favorite actors, and keep the conversation simple at first. Then let nature takes its course. Good luck Marcy

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