October 27, 2016

An Ivy League Professor Says There Are Only Three Types of Friendships We Make


Friendship isn’t always as serendipitous as it might feel; according to new research, there are just three ways people typically structure their social lives. When striking up new connections, people are either “tight-knitters,” “compartmentalizers,” or “samplers,” according to Dartmouth sociology professor Janice McCabe.

Which one are you?

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