3. You want to be around them as a preference more so than a take it or leave it.
4. You want to do and would willingly do things for each other. Even things that would inconvenience you greatly to make sure they were okay.
5.You have learned to trust the person you have revealed to each other.
6. You want to see them successful. You draw emotional and mental strength from each other by the experiences that you have together. The awkwardness of comparison, inferiority, or competitiveness gives way to genuine care and concern for each others well being.
7. You want them to share your success. In fact you find each other sharing responsibilities that would otherwise have been completed alone.
8. They have become an irreplaceable. You balance your world with theirs and make it work.
Calvin L. Smith, MA, LPC
Calvin is a licensed Christian Counselor. He received his first masters degree in Christian Counseling from Oral Roberts University.
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