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‘Friends’

Only Half Of Your Friends Truly Like You, According To A New Study

As a child, did you ever find yourself asking someone to be your friend, or perhaps being asked the question by another person? It’s heartwarming and a little funny to think back on, since as adults, we’ve come to find that actions speak louder than works, and friendships are developed not with explicit permission, but with the constant reciprocation of interaction and care.
As we age, the word “friend” soon becomes a word to describe the many people in our lives we care for, on a variety of levels.