Being a good bff takes hard work and loyalty. It’s also very difficult, particularly when you’re a teenager. Peer pressure, cliques and groups, and the temptation to gossip are all very real obstacles on the road to being a trustworthy bff. And you know the saying, "To have a good friend, you first have to be one."
Here are our tips to being a good bff…
Get to know your friends
Do you really know who your friends are? Understanding who your friends are will help you be a better friend to them.
Don’t gossip about them
A true friend doesn't succumb to rumours, half-truths and judgments about people they care about. Don’t judge a friend without knowing the truth.
Know who you can trust.
People come in all shapes and sizes. And some people are just born gossips. Where do you fit in? Are secrets safe with you?
Everyone deserves a second chance. You and your friends are bound to make mistakes. bffs know how to say "I’m sorry" and "I forgive you."
Spend time with your favourite friends. In the end, a real bff is someone who makes you laugh!