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Buy small, assorted gifts to have on hand for when a friend's birthday or special occasion pops up. These could be gift cards or anything you think they would like.

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Building Trust

Have you ever been in a situation when a friend disappointed you in some way? Maybe you made plans to get together and they showed up late or not at all. We're going to look at how to build trust even in disappointment.

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Buy a few cards and stamps to have on hand for birthdays, holidays, or special occasions.

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A great way to surprise your Dad is by sending him a hand-written card. Put it in the mail a week ahead to ensure it arrives on time!

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When you wake up on Father's Day pick up the phone and call your dad to tell him that you love him. Or if you live with him, give him a big hug as soon as you see him!

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Grow good friendships

Building good friendships takes time and effort, but the rewards are worth it.

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Improving Conversations

Do you struggle with conversations and finding the right words to say? Don't worry, we've all been there!

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Be sure to show your appreciation. Something small like a text takes you 5 seconds and will make a parent's day.

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Remembering birthdays

Do you ever feel worried when you realize you missed a friend's special day?

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Showing thoughtfulness with a friend comes from listening. If your friend has spoken about a difficult time with a family member of theirs, just check in on them once a week and offer to talk about it.

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Adressing Loneliness

Loneliness affects us all and can be especially tough when we're unable to be with the ones we love. But staying connected with others helps ease those feelings.

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To grow your friendship, try to touch base with your friends more frequently. Even just a small text!

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Send an unexpected card to a friend to show them how much you care about them. Small gestures go a long way in building friendships.