Oliver Lodge, 17 There are no boundaries in friendship. I would do anything for a friend as long as it's reasonable. As much as I like my friends, they are human, and no human is perfect (except my girlfriend Julie), which is why you have to deny your friends on some occasions, for their own good. Kirby Tsang, 17 I would do my best to help my friends whenever they need my help. If they greatly needed a hand, I would do my best to help them. But if they truly didn't need much assistance, I would help them a few times before giving up. I don't set limits on helping friends if they are my true friends. Preethi Chandramouli, 16 A friend in need is a friend indeed - I believe in this proverb and act accordingly. A true friend would not ask me to do anything illegal. If I consider a person my true friend, then I would be ready to go to the end of the Earth to help him/her. Even if I couldn't offer financial help, I would give emotional support and encouragement. Sophia Haines, 14 I would go as far as I could possibly go for a friend. I'm not one to judge whether what they are doing is right or wrong. If they truly believed that they must do something or say something to someone, I will help them. I give my friends my trust, and if they challenge it or break it, I forgive quickly but consider the situation carefully. Catherine Ng, 17 I wouldn't help a friend cheat or encourage them to harm their health - for example, by taking drugs. However, I would help them deal with their problems. I once stayed out until 4am to talk to a friend when she was going through a rough time. Although it was a long night for both of us, our bond became tighter. Overall, I'd say I'm someone who's dependable and is there for people when they need me.