What Makes Friendships Work? One Theory.
Michele Tallarita
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I prefer to think that all people are lousy — and then when one isn’t… I’m just pleasantly surprised.

I think you are right about needing fun and skeletons. You need skeletons for trust and fun for life. I have very few good friends, but I’ve had the same ones for most my life, and I know their skeletons and we still have fun. Even if only exchanging stories on how to best torture our children. ;)

The circle of life needs friends to survive. There are some people who haven’t learned that, but that doesn’t appear to be you.

Good one!

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