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How do I choose my friends?

How do I choose my friends?

Choosing friends can be a difficult task, but it's important to surround yourself with people who make you feel good and who support you. 

Here are some tips for choosing your friends:

Find people who share your values. This means finding people with similar beliefs about what is important in life. For example, if you value honesty and integrity, you want to find friends who share those values.

Choose positive and understanding friends.  This means finding people who make you feel good and who are there for you when you need them. Avoid friends who are negative or bring you down.

Find friends who have common interests. This gives you both something to talk about and something to do together. For example, if you like playing sports, you might want to find friends who also like playing sports.

Be yourself. Don't try to be someone you're not just to make friends. The right friends will love you for who you are.

Don't be afraid to end friendships that aren't working out. It's okay to leave behind friendships that no longer serve you.

Here are some additional tips for making new friends:

Participate in activities that you enjoy. This is a great way to meet people who share your interests.

Be open to meeting new people. Don't be afraid to start a conversation with a new person.

Be a good listener. People appreciate being listened to. So take the time to listen to what your friends have to say.

You can trust her. Stand up for your friends and be there for them when they need you.

Remember that building friendships takes time and effort. Be patient and keep trying, and eventually you will find a group of friends who make you feel good and support you.

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