5 types of girlfriends every Nigerian woman needs

A friend is someone who loves you and supports you in your journey through life.

Every woman knows that great friendships are priceless.Good friends stand by you through thick and thin.

Good friends encourage you to be better and celebrate your successes like theirs.

On the flip side, bad friends bring envy, competition and drama that most women avoid.

Every Nigerian woman needs five types of friends in their circle to live beautiful and fulfilling lives.

The loyal friend

This friend is loyal to you. They stick to you for life. You can depend on this person to celebrate your victories and successes. You can lean on her when things get tough too. When you both fight, she reaches out to you because she values your friendship more than she does being right. She laughs with you, cries with you and stands up for you.

The sensible friend

Every woman needs a friend who is sensible and offers great advice when she needs it. She keeps you in check and prevents you messing up your life. She has an amazing way of making you think twice before you act and putting things into perspective. This is the type of friend who won’t allow you to go against your better judgement or get involved in anything she doesn’t believe is right for you.

The blunt friend

You can’t but love this friend even if you try so hard to hate her. She’s too honest for her own good. She will keep things real with you and will never sugar-coat the truth. You can definitely count on her to always tell you what you need to hear as opposed to just what you want to hear.

The kindred soul

You can confidently talk to her about your goals and aspirations regardless of their size without worrying that she will look down on you for dreaming too big. She’s one of your biggest cheerleaders and keeps you accountable too.

The crazy friend

This friend has the ability to make you throw caution to the wind and do things you normally wouldn’t do. She doesn’t seem to have any cares in the world. She has a way of making you realize that misfortunes aren’t the end of your life and that there’s nothing in life you can’t get through with the right attitude. She encourages you to be spontaneous, live a little and let you hair down once in a while.



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