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Rebroadcast: How to Make Friends as an Adult

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This hour on Forum, we discuss the difficulties and advantages of making new friends.  (iStock)

We’ve all heard that friendship and community is important for our happiness and even our health. But many of us find it harder to make friends, and nurture friendships that we do have, as adults. Forum discusses ways to find new friends and how to forge deeper connections with people who are already in our lives.

Guests:

Jessica Placzek, reporter, KQED

Angie Thurston, Ministry Innovation fellow, Harvard Divinity School; co-author, “How We Gather and Care of Souls”

Jeffrey Hall, professor of Communication Studies, University of Kansas

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