Friendship is a relationship, which almost every one of us is aware of. It is a sort of feeling that everybody experiences and everybody goes through within his or her lives.

We all have friends or we used to have friends in our lives before. True friendship is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it is lost.

Everyone wants to have friendships that last long and the memories that stay in our lives for forever. It is a desire for somebody to be honest and frank with.

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But, what is a true friendship? How do you know the person you have been talking to can turn into the most sincere companion?

After a romantic relationship, friendship is a bond that is the most important and the most loveable one.

Friends are the only people we can have for our lives to confide in. Apart from the relatives and the family members, you need some people that would inspire you and who would listen to you and are available to you when you need them.

True friendship is all about care and trust. A friend is a person you can blindly trust, you know the person more than any other in the whole world and when you are down or when you are shattered, you know you can count on your friend for empathy.

True friendship also helps when you need support, care and sharing of your thoughts.

Your best friend is more likely to help you out with the things you know you possibly cannot do without the proper guidance.

You are not worried about exposing your privacy in front of them. You can talk about anything you are worried about or any concern that is bothering you without any hesitation.

When you think you are unable to do things, your friend can lift your spirits up and encourage you to continue with your efforts without judging you.

A true friend will always stand by your side and he or she will help you out even if it’s against his or her interest. You can expect any sort of suggestions, recommendations and criticism from your true and loyal friends.

A true friend is ought to understand you throughout your life. And for all the care he or she is providing you with, he or she won’t ask for payback.