2 HOW MANY TIMES DID YOU MOVE REG­U­LARLY AS A KID?

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New re­search shows that peo­ple who stayed in one spot are more likely to have sev­eral close bonds. “Be­cause of that, reg­u­lar in­ter­ac­tion with them is what keeps you happy,” says Brit­ten. Feel­ing bummed but not sure why? It’s prob­a­bly that work crazi­ness. Meet your friend over lunch to catch up.

If you moved around a bunch, you have a dif­fer­ent re­la­tion­ship skill set: you are a pro at con­nect­ing with new peo­ple, but take a lit­tle longer to form tight bonds. “Rush­ing into some­thing is go­ing to make you more anx­ious about let­ting in some­one you re­cently met,” says Mey­ers. Rather than spend marathon ses­sions with new peo­ple, sched­ule a few shorter meet-ups.

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