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What You Can Learn from How Kids Make Friends

Though it’s one of the seasons of life when connections are most helpful, parenthood can be terribly isolating. Making friends as an adult is a skill, and one we simply aren’t taught in school. (Can someone ask if we can replace Calculus with Friendship Building? We’d actually use stuff from that class.) And while grown-ups struggle to navigate peer relationships, many young children have a natural talent for it. Here are some tips kids might give us for developing new friendships. Look at Who Sits Next to You. Kids don’t often go through a rigorous screening process to determine who will be their new best bud. Instead, they often just strike up a conversation with the person behind them in

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