Why are kids so good at making new friends?

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Two boys met beside a lake. It took no more than a shared love of throwing stones and jumping of a wharf for them to become friends. Image: Su Leslie 2008

Posted to Ragtag Daily Prompt | friendship

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23 thoughts on “Why are kids so good at making new friends?

  1. I think Peter is right. A lovely image of your little redhead (if that is who is in the photo) such breathtaking scenery. I’m really bad at making friends as I am not a joiner and I have moved so many times during my lifetime that I have always felt very transient. And once the kids have left home and you stop working it is hard to meet new people. Or maybe that’s just me.

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  2. It’s so true that we have less inhibitions when we are younger. As adults too many of us worry about what others think about us. My restaurant is next to a school and we all love to hear the excited yells at playtime. Why can’t adults feel so free?

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