7 Types of Friends Every Girl Needs in Her Social Circle ...

Alison

Every girl needs friends; where would we be without them? But we also need different types of friends to fulfil our varying needs. Some people can make us laugh, while others can always be depended on to be there for us when we're down. They all bring something valuable to our lives. These are the 7 types of friends every girl needs in her social circle …

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The Fun Night out Friend

Sometimes what you need is a really fun night out where you can let loose and have loads of fun. This is where your 'fun night out' friend comes in. This friend knows how to have a good time and make you forget any worries you have. They're always up for a night out, and know all the best places to have fun!

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The Friend Who Cheers You up

Then there's the friend who just has that magic ability to cheer you up however down you're feeling. I have one of these friends, and she never fails to work her magic. Friends like this are sensitive to your mood and know exactly what to say to cheer you up.

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The Friend You Can Talk to about Anything

A friend who never judges is absolutely important as well. You can talk to them about any subject and they'll never be offended. Whatever problems you have, they'll listen to you and help you work out what to do. Or they simply offer a non-judgemental ear for you to offload.

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Friends That Are Wise beyond Their Years

If you have a friend who has the wisdom of someone much older than them, you know who to turn to when you need advice. They've got an answer for every problem, and they're never wrong, but they're also not smug and righteous. They've just blessed with common sense and the intelligence to know what to do.

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Friends Who Know the Right People

Networking is so important these days, not just for your career but for finding people whose services you need. Friends who know the right people are very useful. They can introduce you to someone who might offer you employment, or who can give you useful business advice. Or they know a reliable plumber, mechanic or workman.

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Friends Who Are Unconditionally Supportive

Friends who support you no matter what are essential. Everyone hits problems at some point in their lives, and you need people who will always be there for you. True friends won't judge you or make you feel bad. So always treasure your genuine friends and do everything you can to keep those friendships alive and flourishing.

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Friends Who Make You Feel Good

Finally, we also need friends who make us feel good. They love to give compliments and make other people smile. They're positive people who have a very giving spirit. They give off positive vibes and being around them has the effect of boosting our mood. Spend as much time with these friends as possible!

Friends truly are one of the most important things in our lives, if not the most important. They make life worthwhile and enjoyable. So always support your friends and show them how important they are to you. Remember that it's a two-way street! What does friendship mean to you?

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I am 5 of these types

My best friend is all of these lol

Thank you @Aaley I guess the bottom line is that I can only control what I do and think not anyone else

Oops sorry that was long. I won't write any comments for another week. Let you people recover.

Real friends won't drag you through the mud, they'll pull you out of it!

I agree. I have friends like that. It is a gift. I would recommend it.

I have friends who fit all of these traits! :D

I have often been a good friend, even been in a few of these roles. But most times my closest friends have betrayed me and it's been so disappointing to even wonder why they would do that. 7 friends so far that I considered close and sisterly. It's how women are. I don't want to say they were jealous because that would blowing my own trumpet. But some male friend said he observed some of my friends behaviours and interpreted it as jealousy. When I spoke to my mum she said I should think of friends as just acquaintances. Not until you have truly tested someone's character should elevate them to friend status. Friendship come and go. If you find a friend that is willing to help you in your career I say your very lucky, the the opportunity before that friend changes their mind. Little example that happened to me. There was recently a vacancy at work. I wasn't particularly interested because I want to leave the company and work elsewhere anyway due to the training I did. Friend A calls me and says why don't you apply for this job. I said well in all honesty it's not what I'm looking for. So she pushes on several occasions saying it will be good interview practice for a low level supervisory role. Eventually I give in. I am sharp enough to pass the interview having given my manager quite a few ideas at work which he went on to implement (as his own ideas). I proceeded to go over my work related training and the company website. Also looked for outside inspiration to throw a bone to interview panel as fodder for an informal warm up chat...as you do. Morning of the interview friend A sends a cryptic message on what's app. She wrote 2 words which I guessed were some hints about the questions she would ask me during interview. Mind you through the my dealings were I never asked her any hints about what she would ask me. So that morning I didn't call or text back because my conscience just can't allow that. So in the interview she came up with the most strangely worded question. I was baffled as to what she meant. As I thought of her 'hints' I failed to get her. I had to ask to get back to her questions after a few minutes while I dealt with the panels questions which were lovely. My manger who also interviewed me looked a bit uncomfortable because he knew we were friends. Afterwards I thought what the hell had A been trying to do. Her hints were not at all related to her question and by texting me it just resulted in me feeling a bit daft as I tried to link the two. I realised in the end that she knew the hints would have that effect on me. Without her hints I would have answered without fault wrong. Friends?...you have to be careful. I got offered the job in the end though because I apparently answered very well.

This is such an amazing list thank you! It's good to have friends in these categories, but we all need to know and remember that we need to be this type of person too! We can't expect things if we're not willing to return them. I just wanted to point that out to everybody(:

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