The Importance of Friendship

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Friendship might be called as a special kind of concern for your friend, a concern which might reasonably be understood as a kind of love (Helm, 2005). All of us have friends, whatever we are poor or rich. Friendship is very important to us, some of our friends may listen to us when we feel disappointed or happy, we share with our feelings each other; some others may take care of us when we are sick; some of them may live with us side by side. But as Sparks says, "Technology offers great capabilities to keep in touch with people, but it also can keep us from really getting to know someone"( Neuber, 2007). Friendship can not only make us live better and happier, but also can save more girls live. So, it is never too late to making friends.…show more content…
I think a real friend sometime can be half of my parents. The relationship between roommates is a special friendship in China. As college roommates, most of us learn the same majors if we are the same room. We can live in the same room, we can have meal in the same place, we can learn the same major in the same class, we can exchange our coats and trousers, and we can go shopping together. As for me, if I have a boyfriend, my roommates will know at first. My parents will never know anything about what I am doing in school until I tell them. Roommate is the one who can know our feelings firstly. They are different with the friends of us in other places. They stay with us everyday, Nowadays, the fast development of the technology make people become more and more estranged. People would like to make friends online instead of in our real live. Some people make friends when they play computer games, some on QQ, someone on email. But are this can really make people understand each other? In my opinion, only if we keep in touch with our friends in our real live can we really understand each other. We do not know whether his or her name is true and what he or she says is true. Can you believe that friendship can save girl’s life? Grabmeier believes that. In his research, it argues that: For girls, those who felt isolated and friendless are more likely to consider suicide, and most of them had done it ( Grabmeier, 2004). Every time I feel

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