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How Talking to Strangers Saved my Well-being

Parents and guardians strongly advise their young ones not to talk to strangers. It is even treated more like a law than advice. Which then would, later on, lead to uncoerced isolation, having an idea that it is unlikely to talk to strangers and that reaching out to someone unfamiliar is just…awkward. However, that should not be the case when children grow up because surprisingly, talking to strangers is important and beneficial.

“Strangers are the best people to talk to. They don’t judge.”




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JJ Sum

JJ Sum

A wife, mom of 3, & a TEFL certified tutor. I write about Mothering, Family, Relationships, Remote work topics, and Trending matters.

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