As we all go through childhood one of the biggest things we learn about is how to make friends. It’s like our top goals as children, to make as many friends as possible. As we get older, then we branch off to not just mere friendships, but we get involve romantically or if we get a job at sixteen, then we expand outward to others learning who we can or cannot trust in life. No matter what kind of relationship you make throughout your life, trust is the common thread that holds them all together.
Platonic friendships are what we experience first in life. To add a stranger into your life and call them your friend, you put a lot of trust in them to not betray you. They’re loyalty to you is very important. To have understanding for one another when the other is having a bad day, and giving comfort to one another creates a strong bond. Though some bonds tend to become stronger and out last others, we still continue to create friendships throughout our lives.
When we get older, some friendships with the opposite sex turn romantic. You still have all the qualities that go into platonic relationships, but now you’re adding love. Love can be a very powerful thing, and can sometimes blind us from people that can hurt us the most. Some people dive head first into love, while others stay guarded and never totally surrender to its power. Having missed opportunities, and getting broken hearts can damage us or even fill us with regret.
Though having platonic or romantic relationships deals with us putting a lot of emotions into it, our relationships that we experience at work are way different. The people that we work with only view us when we’re in the work environment, unless we choose to see them outside of work. With work relationships we do trust the people we work with to have our back or even support an idea we have. This is especially true in the military. Having a good attitude at work and with your co-workers can make the work day go by or even make work...