HomeFriends Relationship QuestionsHow do I know if my friends are my “real friends?”
Roy Murray asked 1 month ago

I have a lot of friends, but I don't know if they're my "real friends." How can I tell the difference between a real friend and a fake friend?

1 Answers
Rila Thomas Staff answered 1 month ago

A real friend is someone who you can rely on, whether you're having a good day or a bad day. They're there for you when you need them and they make you feel comfortable being yourself. A fake friend is someone who only wants to be around you when it's convenient for them. They're not really interested in your life or your problems. They only care about themselves. If you're not sure if your friends are real or fake, try observing their behavior and see how they treat you. Do they make an effort to be in your life, or do they only call you when they need something? Real friends will go out of their way to make sure you're okay, even if it's not convenient for them. Fake friends will only be there when it benefits them in some way.