“Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest; it’s about who came and never left your side.”

“Surround yourself with positive people; negative ones will only bring you down.”

“It’s better to be alone than in bad company.”

“Not everyone deserves to be called a friend.”

“Choose your friends wisely; they can either build you up or tear you down.”

“Sometimes, being alone is the best way to discover your true self.”

“You don’t need a lot of friends; you just need a few loyal ones.”

“True friends bring out the best in you, not the stress in you.”

“Friendship should be a two-way street; if it’s only you giving, it’s time to reconsider.”

“Good friends are like stars; you don’t always see them, but you know they’re always there.”

“True friends understand your past, believe in your future, and accept you just the way you are.”

“Some people are only friendly when they need something.”

“Distance yourself from those who drain your energy and bring negativity into your life.”

“Being friendly to everyone often leads to being taken advantage of.”

“Be cautious of those who are quick to befriend you but even quicker to betray you.”

“Not everyone you meet is meant to be your friend; some are lessons in disguise.”

“Fake friends are like shadows; they disappear when the sun shines.”

“The quality of your friendships matters more than the quantity.”

“Trust your gut; it can often tell you who’s truly a friend and who isn’t.”

“Sometimes, solitude is better than being surrounded by fake smiles.”

“Never beg someone to stay in your life; true friends will always find a way to be there.”

“Don’t waste time on people who only want to be around when it benefits them.”

“Choose friends who celebrate your successes with you rather than those who envy them.”