ADVICE FOR GIRLS: HOW TO AVOID THE DRAMA

 

  1. BE FRIENDS WITH EVERYBODY BUT KNOW THE RIGHT FRIENDS TO TRUST

There are two things: the fun friends and the trusted friends. We all have both. The gang we go out with for fun and the gang we talk and rely on. Girl, don’t choose people you want to be friends with. Don’t always focus and talk to one friend. Learn to socialize. But of course, to socialize means having many friends. And many friends means drama. As long as you know they’re good for you, I guess there’s nothing to be discussed.

  1. DISTANCE/LIMITS

Distance yourself from people you know who aren’t good for you. Don’t ignore them—just know where to go as well as when to stop.

  1. LEARN TO UNDERSTAND – DON’T LET YOUR PRIDE TAKE OVER.

To be friends with someone, you must learn to understand that we are all different. You don’t expect them to be something—you just accept who they are. There are lots of moments when you’ll just be annoyed with a friend. Of course, best way to solve it is to understand her. Ask her the reason for such ‘cause we can’t understand things we don’t know. Don’t let pride take over—you may never know.. this might damage your trust to each other.

  1. OFTEN GIVE, RARELY TAKE. – GIVE AND TAKE

In a friendship, both of you must know how to give and take. If one needs help, then one must help. Don’t always take and take and take, both of you must also learn how to give.

  1. LESS SOCIAL MEDIA

Most of the dramas came from using social media. It’s not bad to have one but know how to limit the use. I was once a victim so I distance myself from using my social media accounts. And guess what? I don’t get involve with issues that often now! I still use them but I rarely do. I have an active social media stuff such this blog, a bookstagram acoount, my youtube account and a poetry slash quotation instagram account. You see, all my social media accounts are about my interests. I find it easy to live with such. You don’t have to exactly follow this advice, know what you want and be sure to know it’ll be good for you.

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