has details on the method; there are others. There are also many videos on YouTube about it. Here are links to some good ones.This video
by badmephisto is the first of two videos that explain how to solve the first two layers (F2L) of a 3x3x3 cube. F2L is the second step of the Fridrich method. Many people think that it is better to solve the F2L without using algorithms, at least to start out with. This intuitive method is what is explained in the video.
You can see this thread
by borginator2 for links to videos that go over 2-look OLL and 2-look PLL, which are easier to learn versions OLL and PLL. OLL and PLL are the third and fourth steps of the Fridrich method.
For the first step, the cross, it is probably good to figure it out yourself, then later use faster approaches.
The Fridrich method shouldn't be the first method you use to solve the cube. You should be able to solve a 3x3 in around one minute before you learn it. For some general guidelines on when to learn certain steps, like F2L and PLL, you can see this topic