What Makes You a Good Friend?
If your friend told you something about themselves that was quite shameful, you would:
Tell them it's okay, and you're still their friend
Make a joke about it to lighten the mood
Just listen in a non judgmental way
Tell them what you honestly think about it, even your opinion is harsh
Tell them that you understand, and try to help them figure out how to get past it
Change the subject to something more comfortable
You have a falling out with your best friend, and you haven't heard from them in few weeks. You:
Send your friend a little gift with a hand written note apologizing, even if it wasn't completely your fault
Invite your friend out to do something special
Call your friend and say that you're ready to talk
Tell your friend that not talking hurts, and hash out the unpretty details of your fight
Write your friend an email about what happened, and open a non confrontational discussion on how to improve your friendship
Move on... the drama probably isn't worth it
Your friend is wearing something completely hideous and inappropriate. Do you say anything?
No, and you'll stick up for your friend if someone makes fun of their outfit
You would poke a little fun at their outfit, but only in the sweetest way
You wouldn't even notice
You would kindly suggest changing a couple things about it
No, but you may remember to get your friend some new clothes for Christmas
Yes, you would tell them that they look crazy!
Someone accuses your friend of a pretty serious crime, but the evidence is sort of shaky. How do you respond?
You stick up for your friend to anyone and everyone who brings it up
You are there for your friend with funny DVD's, ice cream, and any other fun distraction
You accept that your friend may have done this, but stick by them anyway
You flat out ask your friend if they did it, and tell them what other people are saying
You help your friend get a lawyer and work through this
You distance yourself from the situation... too sketchy
What's a friend most likely to say to you?
"Thanks for all you've done for me"
"Thanks for the great time!"
"Thanks for not judging me."
"Thanks for being honest with me about this."
"Thanks for helping me through things."
"Thanks for... well, nothing."
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