10 Differences Between Good Friends and Toxic Friends
Signs Of Healthy Friendships
Friends make you feel comfortable with yourself, so you don't need to act like something you're not. Your friends know your shortcomings and love you anyway. You are perhaps the "best version" of yourself when you're with your friend.
Compare this to a toxic relationship, where you don't feel like you can be yourself or where you feel the need to compete with a friend. With an unhealthy friendship, you know instinctively that something is "off" even when you're not quite sure what it is.
A healthy friendship includes plenty of gentle honesty and not people being fake just to get your approval or avoid an argument. In a positive friendship, your pal won't lie to you, but they won't try and hurt your feelings either. As a result, you'll know where you stand with your friend and won't be afraid to share your true opinions.
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