The Power Of Friendship and Self Discovery

Dear Friend,

I’d like to briefly share with you the importance of friendship in our lives. We all need someone we can talk to or share ideas with.

Our society tends to place emphasis more on romantic relationships than on friendship.

Most times, we have this mentality that, just finding a spouse will make us happy and fulfilled. But research shows that friendship is much more important to our psychological welfare.

Friendship brings more happiness into our lives than romantic relationships does.

It is vital to learn more about your personality traits to help you understand your strengths and your weaknesses as well as your friends.

It’s also important to discover the traits of your spouse and the people you’re dealing with so as to know if you can fit it with them

Understanding their personality traits will help you understand your friends better and know how best to follow them, what to expect from them or what things you need to tolerate about them. 

You can find your friends anywhere but the most important thing is for you to make friends that are worthwhile and valuable.

Good friends encourage eachother and impact their lives positively, they strengthen themselves in faith. They’re also destiny motivators.

Sounds great right😊?

Well, that’s the power of friendship!

Most times, your spouse won’t always be around to talk with you anytime you want and no matter how sweet and loving you both are, there are some things you can’t talk to your spouse about and even if you’d love to, he or she might not always be in the mood for some certain discussions with you or constantly play the friendship role no matter how special they are to you and this is synonymous with the men counterparts. Not because they wouldn’t want to but due to their work schedules and other events.

Even though your spouse is your friend and no matter how close both of you are, you’re supposed to make friends out there and set your boundaries in other not to choke your relationship with your spouse. Create little space for your spouse to breathe.

Reconnecting back with your friends can make you feel lively and understanding them makes your relationship alot better.

Friendships👭👬 have a huge impact on your mental health 😴 and happiness😅.

Good friends helps to relieve your stress, provide comfort and joy just like it prevented me from being a loner.

Good relationships gives you the ability to discover some of your weaknesses and re-channel your energy towards building new strengths. 

 Developing close friendships with the right people can give a powerful impact on one’s physical and mental health.

For instance, lack of social connection and hanging out with the wrong people may pose as much of a risk as smoking, drinking too much, or leading a sedentary lifestyle.

Good friends are even tied to longevity. One Swedish study found that, along with physical activity, maintaining a rich network of friends can add significant years to your life.

But close friendships don’t just happen. Many of us struggle to meet good people and develop quality connections. That’s why discovering your friend’s personality traits is very essential before you go deep in your relationship with them and not feel disappointed on the long-run.

It’s never too late to make new friends, reconnect with old ones, and greatly improve your social life, emotional health, spiritual and overall well-being.

I’ll stop at this juncture.. Thanks for reading!


Rosalynda Igwe

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