Who is the other? Someone nice to talk and spend time? Someone I can have fun and relax? Walk and talk on any topic? Or someone you can trust with almost everything?

Or maybe, one who will help out in trouble? The one who will wipe your tears when you ruin his life? One who sincerely rejoices in your success?

I Think that everyone has their own understanding of friendship.

Most of us tend to think of those friends who you can trust and turn to in difficult minute, who will be next or will support in a difficult situation. When such person does not, sometimes it is difficult to sort out their problems alone.

the test of Friendship is not in words but in deeds. And learn to be a real friend should. It is important to teach children from an early age to establish contact, to meet and make friends. Was formerly the yard of the company in which the younger children took over the rule of the elders and learn to interact. Today, when many children communicate poorly and do not know how to make friends, this should teach them adults, especially the parents.

Friends are needed at any age, except, perhaps, in early childhood, when the baby is too attached to his mother. But as soon as the establishment of independence and separation, the child feels the need in games with peers. He formed preferences: "I play with him and not with you". Or "play with everyone, but the best friend I have one". For preschoolers, it is important to have fun together, but they find it difficult to understand the other.

Children's understanding of friendship changes and develops with age. Of course, the friendship of preschool children differs from the friendship of teenagers. In both cases, the children may have fun together and they are tied to each other, but older children can reflect about the relationship. As they grow, children understand better the point of view of another person, which gives their relationship depth.

In adolescence, there is an urgent need for friends, emotional intimacy and trust. When such people among peers is not provided, the teenager feels an acute pain of loneliness and misunderstanding. He had no one to share their anxieties and worries. Parents often struggle to understand grown-up child, they are more focused on his problems in school, not on the emotions of their offspring. Emotional conversations over tea or on a Park bench – a rarity in the modern parent-child world. Of course, this is a great success, if the parents are friends of a teenager.

Growing up, many of us appreciate trust time-tested relationship. With friends exciting, fun and a good time, their valuable attention and support. Friends can be from school or just recently found. By and large, it doesn't matter. Important when you can be yourself with the person and feel acceptance, happy for him and he for you, and know that you have a reliable back-up in case. And then not afraid of any adversity.

Sokurenko Anna
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