True friends are people we play with and share with the good and tough times in our life. That is why it is very important to keep friends.
In most cases, when we grow up, we find that it is our childhood friends who are still closest to us. Having friends is one thing, but keeping them is another thing altogether. It takes effort, honesty, trust and unity to keep the true friends that you have.
A true friend is someone who will not give you bad advice. If one of your friends is giving you bad advice, tell them that they are wrong.
True friendship involves doing something for someone without any bad intention and speaking out without fear of being criticized.
When you help each other, your friendship grows stronger and lasts longer. Friends should be useful to each other—friends help one another, encourage each other and stand together to overcome a problem.
When your friend hurts you, learn to forgive them so that you can remain united. True friends forgive one another.
Real friends freely exchange questions and answers about things they do not understand.
For example; when at school, you can exchange homework and thereafter do corrections together. In this way you learn more.
Having friends who play and share stories with you helps you to interact and make new friends as well.
However, children should learn to choose good friends who are very special to them. A true friend is caring, concerned, faithful and trustworthy.
Friends always have a desire to see each other succeed. No matter what, true friends always stick together.