A friend can be a relative, a neighbor, a classmate, a colleague, or a social media acquaintance you have never met. They may have been with you since childhood or may have been acquainted yesterday. But your true friend is the one who knows you well and can accept you as you are. He is the one who can discipline, mock and pacify you without hesitation. One who can patiently listen to your sorrows and comfort you by tapping you on the shoulder. One who rejoicing with you in joys. One who sometimes tries to defeat you but does not allow you to be defeated in front of others.
Sometimes we just need a listener to hear our pains. When we don’t know what to do next, how to overcome the situation, that time our brain won’t work.
You have some options to choose from:
- Try to escape from the issue
- Just take a rest for a while and let the brain work
- Write down the problems in a diary
- Share the issue with a friend.
Definitely escaping from the problems is not a solution. Some sleep or hearing your favorite music for a while and writing the issues on a paper or diary will let you reduce the stress. But a friend can be just a good listener and also be a good guide. Even though they can’t give a solution to your problems, their words will give you positive vibes. True friendship has a whopping impact on happiness and enjoyment of life.