The same wasn't true for when socially anxious people attempted small talk. As noted by Science of Us , the new findings are in line with a study , which discovered that when two highly anxious people disclose personal information to one another, they feel closer than those who breeze through personal interactions like it's no big deal. Friends who shared the same level of social anxiety, whether high or low, felt closer to their friends than those with mismatched anxiety levels, and also felt a lot less uncertainty about where their friendship stood. Best friends share a lot of things : clothes, drinks, secrets, even too-close-for-comfort bathroom trips. Just like the famed " 36 Questions " experiment illustrated, self-disclosure creates vulnerability, which in turn creates the space for establishing intimacy. People outside the box don't have to worry about how you fit into it. That may extend in particular to those whose anxieties over socializing set them outside the norm. Six weeks later, the researchers checked in to see how the friendship had blossomed or flopped. Being Fabulously, Socially Awkward.
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