Never forget who ignored you when you needed them and who helped you before you even had to ask.
Identify your loyal friends and treat them as such. Be fast enough to point out people, who are no good to you, rather a threat to your mental health.
Know people you mean the world to and never forget them. I never knew true friendship, until I met my best friend.
She is the best thing that ever happened to me after my parents, though they are late. I can still remember vividly the day I lost them. We were on our way home from the school graduation party when the car suddenly developed a fault and lost control.
It is still a miracle how I obtained a few bruises, but my parents never made it alive.
I almost dropped out of school because of my bad performance and I couldn’t pay up my fees too. I felt like the world was crumbling before me. I was tired of living and wished death will take me too just like how it took my parents.
My best friend came in when I needed a shoulder to lean on the most. She settled my dues and coached me in my academics.
Many times her parents advised her to let me be that I was bad news; she didn’t give up on me. she gave me more reasons to be alive and keep fighting.
She became my best friend and family; I thank God for letting our paths cross, and I will forever be grateful for sticking with me even at my worst.