Double Standard

we want someone to hear us out and opening be there when we need them.however,many want that friendship to be contingent upon what it us that they wasn't. note what they need.
i know that I'm loyal and faithful to those who are in my life. at the same time, i need people, my friends, to be able to love me unconditionally whether i mess up and hurt their feeling unintentional or when things are great. this is the type of friend that i need.
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1 Response Jan 21, 2013

"many want that friendship to be contingent upon what it us that they wasn't. note what they need." HUH?

I wasn't agreeing with you. I was quoting you, because I don't understand what you wrote at all.

Fair weather friend, or as President Clinton would've said, no quid pro quo (something for something, essentially).

In my book, that is an ACQUAINTANCE and not a FRIEND. My definition for friend is fairly narrow and concise. If I say someone is my friend, you can be pretty sure he/she is one of a number of people I can count on - perhaps - two hands (maybe not even that!). To me, FRIEND, is someone who really, truly, has your back - like family.