How to identify real friendship

Real friendships are built on trust. You should be able to trust your friend & they should trust you. Trust is the foundation of any strong & healthy friendship.

Mutual Trust: 

A real friend will be supportive of you in good times & bad. They will encourage you to pursue your dreams & goals & will be there to offer a helping hand when you need it.


A real friend will always be honest with you, even if it means telling you something you don't want to hear. They will not sugarcoat things or lie to spare your feelings.


Loyalty: Real friends are loyal to each other. They stand by each other through thick & thin and will not betray each other's trust.

Mutual Trust: 

Shared Interests: Real friends often share common interests & enjoy spending time together doing things they both enjoy.

Shared Interest

Real friendships require good communication. You should be able to talk openly & honestly with your friend about your feelings.


Real friends respect each other's opinions & boundaries. They do not judge each other or try to force each other to do things they are uncomfortable with.


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