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PT | 133 Friendships with Adenike

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How do you classify your friends? Adenike is a writer and a project editor. She shares her perception on friendship by giving insights through real life stories and her experiences.

Let’s jump into general terms;

Classifying friends is subjective and can vary from person to person. However, here are some common ways people often categorize their friends:

  1. Close Friends/Best Friends: These are the friends you have a deep and intimate connection with. You trust them completely, share personal information, and feel comfortable being yourself around them. They are the ones you can rely on and spend a significant amount of time with.
  2. Good Friends: These friends may not be as close as your best friends, but you enjoy spending time with them and have a positive relationship. You may share common interests and engage in regular social activities together.
  3. Acquaintances: These are people you know and interact with but don’t have a strong personal bond with. You might see them occasionally, have some casual conversations, or be part of the same social circle. However, the level of closeness and familiarity is limited.
  4. Work/School Friends: These are friends you primarily interact with in a specific setting, such as your workplace or school. You share a common environment or activity, but your relationship may not extend beyond that context.
  5. Childhood/Long-term Friends: These are friends you’ve known for a significant portion of your life, often from childhood or adolescence. Even if you don’t see them frequently, you have a shared history and a strong bond that can withstand the test of time.

It’s important to note that friendships can evolve and change over time, and people may not neatly fit into these categories. The depth and classification of a friendship can depend on factors such as emotional closeness, shared experiences, mutual trust, and the amount of time spent together.

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