Friendship

Friendship is a state of enduring affection, esteem, intimacy, and trust between two people. In all cultures, friendships are important relationships throughout a person’s life span. These are the definitions of friendship.
In my opinion, we should always have someone to rely on in our time of need, to have the certainty that, whatever happens, that person is ready to support us and to be on our side. Especially during adolescence, which is one of the best and worst times in life, it is important to have someone to let off steam with, talk about a problem, do homework, or just have fun together.
The affection for a friend in most cases is less intense than that of the family or that of the partner, however, it is more constant, and it is possible to open more sincere and more personal conversations. Finding a true friendship, in today’s society, where material goods are more important than people, is very difficult because, precisely, we tend to become friends with people who, to accept you, look at your possessions, your social class and not how you are.
Fake friendships are around the corner and could have a second purpose to exploit the other and obtain the advantages to achieve a certain goal.

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Autore:

Jasmine Serratore

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2°B Liceo Linguistico
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