Maybe so, maybe not. Most childhood friends have stronger bonds than best friends who met while studying at the university. However, I do not dispute the fact that some newly met friends may have stronger bonds and affection. But during ‘CRISIS’, the childhood friends have better chances of settling their odds than the new friends we meet.
How is it possible?
When childhood friends quarrel over a misunderstanding and the dust settles, they would simply go into nostalgia of their past together, possibly back to when they were six years old. When they fight and it becomes too difficult to reunite, check the cause of the CRISIS very well. Maybe, they gave the wrong reason for their fight. It does happen.
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