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The Science Behind Friendship

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The Science Behind Friendship

2019-05-04 21:56:271 Oct 2018 01:53 AM EST

According to MNN.com, "We value friendship and recognize that it contributes to our well-being. It's a key component to a happy life, not to mention robust emotional and physical health..." Author Kate LeaverBut recently studied the science of friendship in her book, "The Friendship Cure: Reconnecting in the Modern World." The book studies what friendship mean, why certain friendships are more important than others, the significance of friendship throughout our lives and how they change over time, how to maintain and maximize the benefits of friendship, and how friendship can serve as a cure to the loneliness epidemic that permeates contemporary times.

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