The true person is the one, who is a good listener, and know not to interrupt; who don't pass judgement before hearing all the facts;
who treat others with fairness; and who don't feel the need to being attract attention to themselves by blabbing your secret to others.
Whenever you feel unsure of yourself, it's only natural to believe that something will bring you good luck.
There's nothing strange about this, but you shouldn't put your faith solely in the hands of good luck charms, and above all,
you should not depend on them...
If one of a friend in your life has a problem, be willing to listen, stand by him, and tell you're on their side.
Try look deep inside to the one whom your talking to, to see if they are sincere.
We are the one who create good luck by believing in what we do. If you're optimistic and face difficulties calmly, you'll find that the true magic lies within you.
Your strength and will to succeed are by far greater than what you're likely to believe at times.
There's nothing wrong with doing something else and not hanging out with your friends once in a while.
If it seems like the whole school is teasing you about one of your secrets, getting mad about it will be only a waste of time,
since by now, everyone knows anyway. The best thing to do is to simply play it off as if the whole affair did not affect you.
Take the wind out of gossip's sails by acting like you've got nothing to be ashamed of. Once people catch on, harping on your secret
won't be fun anymore.
Actions counts more than words if you want to have fun with them. They can actually be sweet if you choose to do things with them.
It seems basic if we want to get along.
In the end, the best way to walk out of a situation with your head held high is to take it is a joke and don't get uptight about it because people
who tease you delight in seeing you squirm. The best way to defend yourself from a practical joke is to laugh at yourself. That way, the people teasing you will realize they can't
do you any harm, and the joke ends then and there.
You could be the right person if you seems quite loyal. And gets along with everyone, including yourself.
The fact that you're not interested in the same things shouldn't be a problem. After all, if you have a sensitive as they appears to be,
you'll know how to put yourself in their shoes and come up with some advice from them.
Even if you didn't mean to, you ended up giving away someone else's secret. But now you should apologize... otherwise, you risk
making a mountain out of a mole hill. If you don't talk over it over, you may lose her trust for good. Saying you're sorry isn't easy,
but friendship worth it.
Try to figure out your defects and virtues together then see which match up.Talk to your friends and you may have something to learn from them.