How Many Friends Can You Actually Have? (Video)

Posted by on July 24, 2017 in Entertainment, Media & Arts with 3 Comments

Source: AsapTHOUGHT

A study of Australian seniors showed that those with a large number of friends were able to outlive others. That means the larger number of friends you have, the better right? Well not quite. According to studies there’s a set number of friends that our brains can actually process. Watch as AsapTHOUGHT talks about the Dunbar number, social science and relationships and the link between you and casual versus close friends.

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  1. The real factor is social support, not “friends”

  2.' Rudi Stade says:

    Apparently one of his friends is Calvin Klein

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