Good friends listen to each other.
Good friends don’t put each other down or hurt each other’s feelings.
Good friends try to understand each other’s feelings and moods.
Good friends help each other solve problems.
Good friends give each other compliments.
Good friends can disagree without hurting each other.
Good friends are dependable.
Good friends respect each other.
Good friends are trustworthy.
Good friends give each other room to change.
Good friends care about each other.
A good Friends
Plays with you,
Laughs with you,
Shares with you,
Talks with you,
Listens to you,
Tells your secrets
The Friendship Test
Results of "The Test"
Camaraderie is your specialty, and you tend to keep your pals at the very top of your priority list. When a friend is in need, whether for emotional support, a financial boost, or a simple helping hand, they can count on you to come through. You give the very best of yourself, and will actually put your own desires (and sometimes needs) on hold for the sake of a pal’s happiness. Your friends surely appreciate your self-sacrificing nature and probably sing your praises. While it’s wonderful to show such intense dedication, however, there could be some negative consequences to your high level of commitment; do you ever feel, for example, that you are giving much more than others give in return, or that you are being taken advantage of? While most people see the value of such a fab friend, there are also folks who will milk your generosity for all its worth – not always out of maliciousness, but sometimes because it’s just too easy. There is also the danger of developing bitter feelings when you give up your own wants for those of others – a true friend, in fact, will not expect you to drop everything for them in every situation, and will surely respect your decision to put yourself first from time to time.