An inside look at “friends”

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Making friends is important, but have you ever regretted befriending someone? In the heat of the moment, you’re just focused on making them like you, right? You just wanted to make yet another friend to add to your list. Making friends may be enjoyable, but the aftermath sometimes isn’t as nice as you thought it would be. Personalities may change drastically as time goes on or as the other person meets new people. You may stay the best of friends until you die or you might become worst of enemies in 2 days. Just make sure you know the person before you really become tight friends. They may act like your friend, but then just take the secrets you tell them obliviously and spread them around. They also may just use you to get to someone else. You may just be a puppet of theirs to get into someone else’s head. All people have really good friends, while they also have terrible enemies. People remain loyal while others stray afar. All I can say is to make sure that you really, I mean really know the person before you let your hooks sink too deep and feed them your most personal information or secrets.

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