👊Did You Ever Have a Physical Fight With a Friend?
Maintaining a friendship is no less difficult than maintaining a relationship with a boyfriend. There must be times when you fight or are secretive because of problems. Starting from differences in character, sometimes jealous of each other, or maybe even because they have a crush on the same person. But not always this conflict is bad, you know. In fact, this conflict can be a measure of your friendship. Are you a real best friend or just an ordinary friend? Even more and more fighting but you still survive, it means your friendship is good. Have you ever had a physical fight with your friend? What is the reason?
Hi Edward, maintaining good relations with friends is one thing that is important to me. I try not to put up physical resistance when there is an argument. We’d better talk carefully to find a solution to the problem.
I have had many physical fights with my friends at school. I was one of the most impolite Student in my classroom,it is really a pass time i can’t forget. Now i have grown and I’m no longer the same person. I have developed good relationship with many of them.
As long as I can remember, I have never had a physical fight. I wouldn’t say I like conflicting with other people. Also, I think that those who get into a physical fight really don’t maximize their intelligence to solve their problem.
Yes get some differences in conversations and many other things in daily lives, but never went physical. I think we try to avoid this as much as possible. It’s the worst case cenario to get to a level of physical fight.
No fighting with my friends,only i remember when i was still young i would fight with my brothers.
Verbally yes I have I fought with a friend but physically no. I do not think it is wise inflict physical harm on another unless physical action is really necessary. Also just like family and most other relationships it is best to try and find an amicable resolution rather than engaging into a physical fight as hitting someone will definitely make the situation worse and may even end what ever relationship is involved.
Leno, I think you have to get rid of that trait. You need to respect your friends more and less physical fights. But thank goodness at this time you can change. I hope you get rid of that trait and I wish you well.
I really admire you, Ahmad. It’s hard for us not to fight when we have problems with friends. My maturity is worthy of my example
I agree with you Jackson. Physical fighting is the stupidest solution to solving a problem.
Shane I agree with you. Discussing to solve problems is the best way than fighting physically.
Yes, that is because you are now old enough to know this, did you have such thinking when you were between 5 and 12 years old,i don’t think so. Most people had passed the time were he had no such reasonable idea.
Since my childhood, i have kicked out this in my life, i don’t even involve in any issues or discussion that may lead to a fight or a trouble. I prefer to leave you than fighting or speak rubbish speeches.
Hi, Leno. I am the same as you. But I started doing that since Middle School. I prefer to be quiet and leave the debate that happened with friends or other people. I don’t want to take them seriously because it’s so tiring
The only time I can remember having a fight was with other school boys in a school brawl.
It was my Habit at the primary school with my classmates. I fought several times, sometimes i won, sometimes i lost. It funny to remember that exceptional period of my life.
What prompted you to have a physical fight with your friend at another school, David?
It seems that your story is very interesting and memorable.
Can you tell me?
Yes, but, that was when I was a little much younger. I can’t fight now any longer even with an enemy.
I have never been in a physical fight with anybody. I sometimes comes into discussions if I disagree with friends and family members.
I think that fighting happened a lot when Mr. Kenneth was very young.
When we are older we try to find a peaceful way out when we have problems with our friends
Yes, when get older, we leave some habits that we had at the early age. I used to have a physical fights with my classmates at the primary school, now I’m Old, i have kicked that habit.
I agree with you, Leno.
I have also given up on that habit.
Now I am more mature to make decisions
It was a past,i’m another person now, who is kind, peaceful and quiet.
So many times, I have fought my friend, but, i can’t try it now .
I think the more we mature, the more we avoid physical fights.
Is that right?
As we get older the more we avoid fighting physically, I think you’ve got it right.
I have change the way i used to be when i was a child. Now I’m older, i have capacities to analyze situations and circumstances before taking any decision.
A confrontation with a friend can happen but not a fight. I can’t imagine exchanging punches with my friend. I don’t do it, if at all he starts it, will walk away.
That’s right, Leno.
It’s better at our adult age to avoid fighting physically, because it is a child.
We must resolve matters coolly and peacefully
You have a good decision, Jackson.
We have to give in and avoid physical fights.
That’s not good for us as adults
Mr Jackson, you’re right, it is one of the best way to avoid everything that may happen. I use this strategy to escape from a bad situation.
You’re right, Leno.
It is better if we have to go away from fYou’re right, Leno.
It is better if we have to go away from friends who ask for physical fightsriends who ask for physical fights
I had that habits when i was a teenager, at the age of 10,12,13 .it was really a bad experience i had to kick out of my life. I remember giving punches to my friends in a classroom and our teacher floged me.
You sure are a fighter back then 😀
It needs great courage to have a fight in front of a teacher. But, it seems that you have been grown into a good person, Leno.
Yes, I’m no longer the same person, i have learned to be humble, calm and wise. It was really a bad side i had to kick out of my life.
It is a bad experience for you.
I’m glad you are not like that now, I appreciate you
verbally we say so many abusive words to ourselves, but not by fighting each other.
I think it’s ridiculous to do that, Kenneth, especially since we’ve grown up
Yes Adhara, you know, when we are between 10 and 15,we are not wise to understand things in the positive way. It was really a bad experience,but as i was growing up i realized that it is not a good solution, it was not wise to fifth with people. Thank to God i succeed to avoid it early.
I have never have a physical fight with my friend, will only exchange words. And it ends there.
I hate to fight in public because it brings down my personality
Are you implying that you are okay to have a physical fight if it is not in public?
I have not had physical fights with my friends and will never have it. If you disagree about something you have to talk together. When I was a child it sometimes happened I had a fight with other boys.
Hi, Mr Steinar.
I agree with you. I think adult strength is measured by intelligence and talk, not by physical power. A wise man always solves his problem with his mind, not with his fist.
If we grow up in the right path, we will have a little physical fight as we mature. Even the probability of that fight will be very minimal or non-existent. If you still avoid a physical fight, does it mean that you still have the probability of being involved in a physical fight during adulthood?
I think Mr. Leno wouldn’t fight physically anymore, maturity made him stop for that.
Am I right, Mr. Leno?
Yes Mr Adhara, this was years ago, when i was between eleven and fourteen year old, I’m no longer the same person,
I have completely changed, religion has done enough to shape the way i used to be.
As a young man, I’m focused about how to improve my life, being a responsible adult and take care of my family.
I fight physically only when am little younger, but now am a full grown up man. I don’t fight or exchange words with people. I love to maintain peace anywhere I go
Hi, Mr. Leno.
I really appreciate you very well.
I think we have to change ourselves when we grow up to things that are good and can be useful