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Top Three Friends You Need In Your Life

Top Three Friends You need In Your Life. Hey everyone, I hope you are well. Welcome to Blogtober2020 day 3, I am going to follow the instructions on my LSW Mind Cards for Kindness. In today’s post, I will be sharing the top three friends you need in your life. It’s one thing to be an adult, but its another to be a responsible adult. As a responsible adult, you got to be aware of the type of people you allow into your life. This will determine how joyful your life will be.



Top Three Friends You need In Your Life

The Encouragers

Everybody needs encouragement in life, and to be successful, you need to have friends that will always encourage you to go after your dreams and achieve them. The truth is that your goals are valid, but most times you need constant encouragement from the right set of friends to be able to chase your dreams, and that is why successful people keep encouragers close to themselves.

The Optimists

These are the very hopeful friends that see possibility in every seeming difficulty. Successful people understand the need to have friends who despite the many challenges we face, always have a way of seeing the right side, the workability of ideas and the vital need to take more risk.

The Informants

These are the types of friends that are aware of beneficial information, and they are willing to share it to help you move forward in life. To be successful, you need people who have access to valuable information that will improve your experience, business, finance and even relationship and they bring it to you so that you can capitalize on it.

I have my two friends who have always been by my side through everything. No matter what I am going through, I know they are there for me. What I love about them the most is that they always say things as it is. Trust me, it can be brutal, but it’s the honesty and kindness that matters. Check out How to make friends as a single parent.

See you tomorrow.

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15 Comments

  1. I hadn’t really considered giving the people in my circle labels like this, but as I read this post, I could name a person who fit into each category. I guess that means I have good friends? Which I really do, and I appreciate them so much. Their support has certainly kept me going many times.

  2. It would be great to have friends like this, and to be a friend like this, or have another useful trait to serve.

  3. I absolutely agree! I always seem to be missing the optimists so when I find one I hold onto them!

  4. I’m so happy to have these types of friends in my life! It really helps. Great post!

  5. So true – we all need friends that keep us honest and have our back.

  6. So true! We really all need people in our lives who uplift us. All about having that great support network!

  7. Luna S says:

    In general I could use a few more friends, but it is so strange trying to make friends as an adult.

  8. Heck, I think I just need friends in general. I have more dog friends than people friends.

  9. I think my most favorite is an optimist friend. It is just wonderful to be with someone who can enlighten and help you see positivity and gratitude in the midst of a crisis. Life is not perfect but being able to see the right side and the hope that things will work out is simply enough for me to surpass all problems.

    1. Glas to read this post so I could know I have all these three kinds of friends. Thank you for sharing.

    2. Astrid says:

      optimistic type of friend is definitely my favourite as i’m quite a pessimist,so i always need someone to lift up my spirits! love this,really

  10. Agree. We gravitate to people who approach life with pleasant expectations. Pessimistic people who reminded you why you were likely to fail. Optimistic people who gave you reasons you would succeed.

  11. Lourdes Gomez says:

    I am the encouraging friend. I tend to root for friends and family and offer emotional support.

  12. I am definitely an informant and I like to surround myself with encouragers and optimists!

  13. This was very interesting to read. I just realized I’m the informant friend. It makes sense to me now why most of my friends come to me asking me questions about specific things. Now I know why.

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