The 10 Gods Code: How To Love a Friend

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Friends (F) are also the lovable ones depending which side you’re standing on. They have everyone’s phone number on speed dial, they know almost everyone there is to know and are extremely popular, supportive, a genuine people-person. They crave creating meaningful connections and they recognize people’s talents very well, which makes them great co-workers, good friends but not necessarily a good life partner. Let’s see.

This is because even though Friends also have the ability to yield to public consensus, but subconsciously, the self always comes first – their reputation, how they are being seen, how they are perceived, this is very important to them. So this yielding does come with a purpose, if not a price tag. For the DO, everyone else (especially the authorities) comes first. For the Friend, me comes first. For this reason alone, the DO and F do compliment each other this way – the rest of the profiles are going to have to just get used to it. They are great networkers and are very resourceful when you want to pool a team with multiple skillsets together. The great thing about Friends is that self development is also very important to them. They constantly improve to be better and they love sharing this knowledge or skillset with those around them too. To them, everyone needs to grow.

On the unhealthy side, Friends can be very unapproachable and unsociable. They drastically fluctuate between a person who cannot live without someone else accompanying them to someone who enjoy their own space, their own routine a bit too much. They also carry an egoistic nature and a superior attitude over those who are different from them – they stick with their kind. They can be overly people pleasing as well and they care for the world what is being said about them. Hence instead of making life choices that benefit them, they instead opt for the choice that makes them more accepted. This is why, they need to learn how to pick partners that are actually good for their wellbeing, have their best interest at heart and not for their public persona or family/friends approval or the worst case, to soothe their own ego.

In love, a Friend likes something similar, or someone whom they also see something in themselves. If that’s not the case, then it will be someone whom they are able to help and assist in some way which in return makes them feel good about themselves. They feel that this is the way they are able to grow, together. What their partner says means the world to them and there shouldn’t be any circumstances that defeats their entire self confidence. Otherwise they find it difficult to function. Grow with them and they will always yield to what you want, be what you need and be your biggest supporter as well.

If YOU are Friend: Friends, I feel, are the most sensitive one, in a sense that you are quite touchy with any subject or criticism that concerns you even if it wasn’t malicious. You care too much about how people see you and what you represent. Therefore you end up overthinking your actions and are overly conscious with your next step just to avoid being seen in a certain way even if no one was paying attention in the first place. You constantly also compare yourself with others and you have a need to stay on par with your social circle. You get very miserable and moody if you’re seen as less or you can’t keep up even if you don’t show it outwardly. In a relationship, this is tiresome for your partner. If they can’t keep up, you resent them too. You’re also not very tolerant with the needs of others nor their differences in character which makes you quite difficult to be with.

How to turn them on: This is probably the easiest, just focus on them. I’m kidding. They’re not narcissistic, just a little bit self centered. But the fastest way to their heart is to blend in with whatever is important to them – especially their family and important friends. It helps if you can keep up with their social network or better still help them grow their network empire and make them look good, make them a better person. They are very likely to spend more time with their friends and social network than having private time with you, so you need to be understanding of that.

How to turn them off: Putting them down in front of others. Refusing to get along with those that are important to him. Criticize them about not fitting in with a gang or not being able to live up to certain social standards. This is seen as an attack to their self confidence and nothing upsets them more. Being demanding of their time and attention without caring about those around them. Being stubborn and unyielding to changes and self improvement. There’s one thing I noticed about a Friend profile is that when they look for you to talk about a problem, they actually want someone to patiently listen to them, as in a sounding board, a release and a support system. They are not really seeking for any advise from you as they most probably already know the solution themselves.

What to buy for them: Mirror *laughs and kidding*. Any spa or self pampering package will work very well for them. Self improvement courses of any kind or a gym/golf membership. Social dance classes, something you can do with a bunch of friends too.

Disclaimer:
The information in this page/blog is meant to supplement, not replace, proper metaphysics training. Readers should consult a certified consultant for proper diagnosis of their entire chart/life issues. Past events, locales and conversations may have been reconstructed in order to maintain anonymity. Any resemblance to an actual person, living or dead, or actual events (unless specified) is purely coincidental.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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