Welcome “friends”

“truly great friends are hard to find, difficult to leave, and impossible to forget” -unknown

My name is Tajee , I am 17 years old and I recently decided that I wanted to start a blog. I am not trying to promote, prove, or preach about anything. I am here to just share my ideas and thoughts about the things that teenagers ( and myself) experience. I debated long and hard about what my first blog post would be about, when a close friend of mine , best friend actually, suggested that I write about how much I value our friendship,which is not exactly going to do, sorry friend. However, the topics kind of go hand in hand. So , what is the topic ? Such a great question, and guess what ?! I don’t plan on answering it , I don’t feel I have to.
A friendship worth valuing is a friendship in which you feel completely comfortable to be yourself. If your friendship is worth valuing you should be able to tell that person any and everything without worrying about being judged. A friendship worth valuing is a bond between people that compliment one another’s personalities, have many things in common, or a combination of both among many other things. But not all friendships are like this. If you find your self in a friendship that you can’t be your self around , feel judged and feel as if your “friend” is bringing you down rather than helping you become a better person, maybe you need to reconsider the friendship. Remember, people tend to judge you based on your friends, hence the saying “you are who you hang out with” which is probably not even a saying, but it should be. :p

Before I put and end to this post I just want to thank you for reading and invite you to continue reading. (: I plan on posting at least a couple times a week.

Xoxo
Tajee

~ if you have any ideas or suggestions on topics for later post please let me know via email, which is babygirltmj@yahoo.com. Yes I know I should probably make a more professional email address but there’s a reason behind the email address , but that’s a different story.

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One thought on “Welcome “friends”

  1. First Congrats and I encourage you to continue with your blog. Next I know I’m not a teenager anymore however what you speak of applies to your best friend or friends at any age. Good luck to you!!!

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