1stBuddy.com is dedicated to helping people locate new individuals to
develop and interact together as a single unit so they are able to help
each other, thus creating a new buddy.
When we speak of a buddy that does not mean necessarily a romantic
encounter. We are referring to finding a new buddy, whether that is a
male to female relationship of male to male or female to female friends.
In business, often employers place an experienced worker with a new
worker and form a buddy system to help accomplish the task at hand
faster and more efficiently.
Buddies often have the same likes and even through not a family member
are turned to in time of crisis.
However, buddies are not only needed in time of crisis. Often people
seek a buddy to go on a trip, start a diet, work out together, and
thousands of other events that people feel more secure or happier when
accomplishing with at least one or more persons.
A buddy, often referred to as a friend or partner, is when two or more
people have supportive behavior between persons and often involves
mutual knowledge, esteem, affection and respect.
Technically speaking, a common usage of the term buddy refers to an
individual you interact with occasionally with the same common goal, but
not to the same level as a friend. Honestly, this technical definition
sounds to us like a very fine line to determine between buddies and
friends and almost impossible to know when it is crossed.