Wednesday, September 28, 2005

New Problems

But I've found a few things that can help. They won't go away, but at least I can learn to deal with them.

Tell me this, though.

If you are in a relationship with someone, and you're really happy and excited about it, wouldn't you really want to share the news with your close friends, especially when you have done so in the past? What are the reasons that anyone denies a relationship? Because they're guilty, not proud, doing something they shouldn't and know it? And also, if you want your friends to stand by you, you tell them the truth, right?

See, true love is not the ability to love a different person every month, or even every year. It is the ability to love one person for the rest of your life.

And a true friend is not judgemental. It is someone who will be by you when you mess up, when you disagree, when you are sad, when you are happy, when you are lonesome, when you are the life of the party. A true friend will tell you when you've done wrong and love you anyway. There are only two things that must be consistant with a true friend, those are truth and trust. You must always be true to them, and you must trust they will do so with you. That is how a friendship will last.

Lies, deception, and hiding are not a part of this.