Real Friends Don’t

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Real friends don’t just stick around for the good times.

Real friends don’t just call you when they want something.

Real friends don’t get embarrassed about being seen with you.

Real friends don’t help then complain about how much you put them out.

Real friends don’t wait for you to call them.

Real friends don’t just hang around with you when there’s nothing better on offer.

Real friends don’t criticise you for who you are or what you believe in.

Real friends don’t laugh at you.

Real friends don’t gossip about you.

Real friends don’t stab you in the back.

Real friends don’t turn their noses up at where you live.

Real friends don’t turn up an hour late to a dinner invite then hurry away as soon as possible.

Real friends don’t not believe in you.

Real friends don’t complain about the state of the house, they know what you’ve been going through.

Real friends don’t forget what your favourite chocolate is.

Real friends don’t forget what you’re going or been through.

Real friends don’t value your gifts only by their material worth.

Real friends don’t get snooty about handmade gifts because they appreciate the effort and your talents.

Real friends don’t forget to invite you too.

Real friends don’t insist that you change into someone else.

Real friends don’t criticise even if they care, they advice and counsel and love you all the same.

Real friends don’t tell you that your illness is imaginary.

Real friends don’t expect you to do the things you can’t afford.

Real friends don’t get embarrassed about trading store cupboard food.

Real friends don’t just say, they do.

Real friends don’t forget that you have feelings too.

Real friends don’t drop you as soon as you get ill.

Real friends don’t put you down constantly.

Real friends don’t expect you to maintain a certain lifestyle.

Real friends don’t just take, they give.

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9 thoughts on “Real Friends Don’t

  1. Anonymous

    I do not even know how I ended up here, but I
    thought this post was great. I don’t know who you are but definitely you are going to a famous blogger if you are not already ;) Cheers!

  2. Hugs to you!! Friendships are hard at any age. One would think that after high school it would be all smooth sailing, but alas, the bitches only get older, not wiser. I’ve decided at this stage of my life I would rather have less “friends” as long as the ones in my life cared about me as much as I do about them.

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