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What Does The Acronym Of Friendship?

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Assuming that 'friendship' here relates to the interpersonal relation ship between two or more people, the closest acronym that can be found anywhere is that of 'friend', namely:

  • Few
  • Relationships
  • In
  • Earth
  • Never
  • Die
The acronym finder came up with several other definitions for both friend and friends, but none of these are in any way related to the sentiments of friendship. Just in case the relationship term is not what is required, these definitions can be found here:
So what is friendship? It is a relation in which individuals consistently demonstrate a certain set of values towards each other. These values consist of:

  • A tendency to desire the best for each other
  • Mutual empathy and sympathy
  • Honesty, even if this means pointing out the other's faults
  • Mutual compassion and understanding
  • Mutual trust
  • The ability to express feelings without fear of judgment
  • Mutual emotional and, if necessary, practical support
  • Equal give and take between friends
In short, friendship is a relationship in which two or more individuals can be sure that they can rely on each other through thick and thin. True friendship can be difficult to find. Once found, it should be cherished and certainly needs to be worked on, just like any other type of relationship.

As it has been impossible to find any other definitions of FRIENDSHIP as an acronym, here is one the author has come up with a couple herself:

  • Forever
  • Resisting
  • Individual
  • Egotistical
  • Notions;
  • Demonstrating
  • Sympathy,
  • Honesty,
  • Intimacy (and)
  • Perception.
Perception here, as well as in the following definition, should be regarded as a description of mutual understanding.Here is a second possibility:

  • Faultless
  • Responsibility
  • Intimacy
  • Equality
  • Nurture
  • Dependability
  • Sympathy
  • Honesty
  • Impartiality
  • Perception
Impartiality does, of course, refer to the lack of judgments made with regards to expressed feelings.

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