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What are some benefits of social interaction?

Ellen Frudakis
Health Education
Some of the many benefits of ongoing social interaction are:
  • A feeling of acceptance
  • The possibility for friendship
  • An increase in self-esteem
  • A chance to have fun
  • Access to social support when needed 

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