Friendships enrich our lives in so many ways. They bring laughter and shared experiences; friends are the people who know our flaws and love us anyway, and they are the people we turn to when life is tough.
As we go through major life events and changes it is our friends who are there to witness, cheering us along or commiserating depending on the circumstances – passing exams, getting the dream job, relationship break-ups, births, marriages, illness and losses. In turbulent times a good friend
can be the anchor that steadies the ship, the person that we can be honest with about how things really are and how we really feel. Whilst being a good friend has its own rewards it is difficult when we perceive that a person dear to us is struggling or facing troubling circumstances.
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