Back in kindergarten, friendship was easy: you approached a fellow kid, asked them to be your friend, and the deal was done. But as people get older, established friendships start to falter and new ones form less frequently. At this point, new best buds don't just sit next to you on the first day of school — you actually have to try to make friends. Luckily, sociology researchers have been looking into what people need to form lasting friendships, and they come down to three simple ingredients.
Opportunities for Interaction
Written by Ashley Hamer May 31, 2019
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