A benefit of managing our community is watching the friendships between our members bloom and grow. I see such kindness in your friendships–in our chatroom, on Facebook, on Twitter, through your comments. I find your relationships with each other to be both inspiring and comforting. I think a family caregiver knows how to be a good friend because, well, so many good friends simply disappeared.
I’d love to know your definition of a friend. And, let’s define “friend” in six words. Mine is:
A calming, kind presence every day.
What’s yours? Please share your definition, in six words, of a friend in our comments section below.
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