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Christie Tate, author of 'B.F.F.: A Memoir of Friendship Lost and Found'

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Johannes Krasser
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A decade ago, the average American spent about six and a half hours a week with friends.

A few years later, the number had declined to four hours.

By 2021, in the middle of the pandemic, it was less than three hours a week.

Time spent socializing with friends is good for the mind and body.

Author Christie Tate talks about her friendship journey in her new book, “B.F.F.: A Memoir of Friendship Lost and Found.”


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