True Friendship
Making friends
Everyone has their own way of making friends and developing a group of friends. Some people find making friends easy, while other find it tough. Making friends can be particularly hard for someone who’s shy or who has just moved to a new neighbourhood. Here are a few tips to help you meet interesting people and make friends:

Know yourself! Think about what you like to do and what makes you happy. If you get involved in activities you like and are interested in, you'll increase your chances of meeting people with whom you have things in common. What do you think?

Dare to take the first step when you meet someone you’d like to be friends with. For example, you could begin by smiling at them, saying hi, and then starting a conversation with them.

Show interest in others. When you meet new people, listen to them and ask them questions, to show you're interested in them and want to learn more about them. If someone seems interested in you in return, you can suggest doing something together (for example, doing homework together, practicing a sport, watching a movie at your place).

“The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth!” With friends, honesty is often the best policy. After all, other people want to develop a connection with you, not with the person you pretend to be!

Equality. Friendship is often born from the sharing of experiences and secrets. What's more, it’s a relationship of equals. Is there a balance between the room you take up in the friendship and the room your friend takes up?

Loyalty. Do you think that good friends talk behind their friend’s back or spread rumours about them? It's absolutely essential to respect the people you like and be loyal to them!
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Friendship between boys and girls : the important thing is to be comfortable with your relationship with the other person.

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