Friendship is a dynamic relationship that means different things to different people. Elements to some friendship change as often as the tides while others remain as steady as a rock. Into this dynamic sea of emotions, our children dive in with no experience.
As the adults, we have the difficult task of trying to guide our children through the shoals and reefs of friendship. Most of the time, we are hampered by the fact that we are not present when conflicts and disagreements arise. Like a forensic analyst, we must try to piece together what happened. Often, we have very few facts to go on, especially with very young children.
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