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    Default The Difference between Relationship and Friendship.

    What is the difference between a close friendship and a close relation?

    Most of us believe that when friendship becomes stronger, it may turn into relationship. The truth is different. Think about the kind of talk you have with your friends. You are always very open about your failures and shortcomings. You are not shy of talking about your problem and asking friends to help. In a close friendship, you expect to know everything about each other.

    How about a relationship? Think about animals. They also show their best side to their mate. We human beings keep lot of secrets away from our partner. We do not want to tell about our failures and shortcomings. We also try to impress our partner when we are in romance.

    This difference between friendship and relationship is very deep. We calculate our moves in a relationship but are very open in a friendship. We are like a child in friendships but behave like an adult in relationships.

    If you remain inside your boundaries in a relationship and not try to change it into a close friendship, you will have longer relationships. Telling all does not help in relationships.

    Courtesy: www.yourromanceguide.com
    Last edited by CuTiEbABy; 17th September 2010 at 04:39 AM.

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    Super Moderator Pope Bitterz D'Alomo's Avatar
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    Telling all does not help in relationships.
    Saddle up people, let the lying begin ! think outside of the box, lie your ass off like your life depended on it. Apply the Out of sight out of mind rule at all times and you're good to go. LOL
    Beware lest you lose the substance by grasping at the shadow. ~Aesop

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