Friendship - Making A Friend

Making A Friend

Three significant factors make the formation of a friendship possible:

  • proximity, which means being near enough to see each other or do things together;
  • repeatedly encountering the person informally and without making special plans to see each other; and
  • opportunities to share ideas and personal feelings with each other.

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