Teens, Technology and Friendships (2022)

This report explores the new contours of friendship in the digital age. It covers the results of a national survey of teens ages 13 to 17; throughout the report, the word “teens” refers to those in that age bracket, unless otherwise specified. The survey was conducted online from Sept. 25 through Oct. 9, 2014, and Feb. 10 through March 16, 2015, and 16 online and in-person focus groups with teens were conducted in April 2014 and November 2014.

For today’s teens, friendships can start digitally: 57% of teens have met a new friend online. Social media and online gameplay are the most common digital venues for meeting friends

For American teens, making friends isn’t just confined to the school yard, playing field or neighborhood – many are making new friends online. Fully 57% of teens ages 13 to 17 have made a new friend online, with 29% of teens indicating that they have made more than five new friends in online venues. Most of these friendships stay in the digital space; only 20% of all teens have met an online friend in person.

  • Boys are more likely than girls to make online friends: 61% of boys compared to 52% of girls have done so.
  • Older teens are also more likely than younger teens to make online friends. Some 60% of teens ages 15 to 17 have met a friend online, compared with 51% of 13- to 14-year-olds.

The most common spots for meeting friends online are social media sites like Facebook or Instagram (64% of teens who have made a friend online met someone via social media), followed by playing networked video games (36%). Girls who have met new friends online are more likely to meet them via social media (78% vs. 52% of boys), while boys are substantially more likely to meet new friends while playing games online (57% vs. 13% of girls).

Text messaging is a key component of day-to-day friend interactions: 55% of teens spend time every day texting with friends

The vast majority of teens (95%) spend time with their friends outside of school, in person, at least occasionally. But for most teens, this is not an everyday occurrence. Just 25% of teens spend time with friends in person (outside of school) on a daily basis.

For many teens, texting is the dominant way that they communicate on a day-to-day basis with their friends. Some 88% of teens text their friends at least occasionally, and fully 55% do so daily. Along with texting, teens are incorporating a number of other devices, communication platforms and online venues into their interactions with friends, including:

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  • Instant messaging: 79% of all teens instant message their friends; 27% do so daily.
  • Social media: 72% of all teens spend time with friends via social media; 23% do so daily.
  • Email: 64% of all teens use email with friends; 6% do so daily.
  • Video chat: 59% of all teens video chat with their friends; 7% video chat with friends daily.
  • Video games: 52% of all teens spend time with friends playing video games; 13% play with friends daily.
  • Messaging apps: 42% of all teens spend time with friends on messaging apps such as Kik and WhatsApp; 14% do so every day.

Video games play a critical role in the development and maintenance of boys’ friendships

Overall, 72% of teens ages 13 to 17 play video games on a computer, game console or portable device. Fully 84% of boys play video games, significantly higher than the 59% of girls who play games. Playing video games is not necessarily a solitary activity; teens frequently play video games with others. Teen gamers play games with others in person (83%) and online (75%), and they play games with friends they know in person (89%) and friends they know only online (54%). They also play online with others who are not friends (52%). With so much game-playing with other people, video gameplay, particularly over online networks, is an important activity through which boys form and maintain friendships with others:

Much more than for girls, boys use video games as a way to spend time and engage in day-to-day interactions with their peers and friends. These interactions occur in face-to-face settings, as well as in networked gaming environments:

  • 16% of boy gamers play in person with friends on a daily or near-daily basis, and an additional 35% do so weekly. That amounts to 42% of all teen boys ages 13 to 17.
  • 34% of boy gamers play over the internet with friends on a daily or near-daily basis, and another 33% do so weekly. That amounts to 55% of all teen boys ages 13 to 17.

When playing games with others online, many teen gamers (especially boys) connect with their fellow players via voice connections in order to engage in collaboration, conversation and trash-talking. Among boys who play games with others online, fully 71% use voice connections to engage with other players (this compares with just 28% of girls who play in networked environments).

All this playing, hanging out and talking while playing games leads many teens to feel closer to friends.

  • 78% of teen online gamers say when they play games online it makes them feel more connected to friends they already know. That amounts to 42% of all teens ages 13 to 17.
  • 52% of online-gaming teens feel more connected to other gamers (whom they do not consider friends) they play with online. That amounts to 28% of all teens ages 13 to 17.
  • Gaming boys are more likely than girls to report feeling more connected to other networked gamers.
    • 84% of networked-gaming boys feel more connected to friends when they play online, compared with 62% of girls.
    • 56% of boy gamers feel more connected to people they play networked games with who are not friends, as do 43% of gaming girls.

Teen friendships are strengthened and challenged within social media environments

Social media also plays a critical role in introducing teens to new friends and connecting them to their existing friend networks. Some 76% of teens ages 13 to 17 use social media and:

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Social media helps teens feel more connected to their friends’ feelings and daily lives, and also offers teens a place to receive support from others during challenging times.

  • 83% of teen social media users say social media makes them feel more connected to information about their friends’ lives.
  • 70% of social media-using teens feel better connected to their friends’ feelings through social media.
  • 68% of teen social media users have had people on the platforms supporting them through tough or challenging times.

But even as social media connects teens to friends’ feelings and experiences, the sharing that occurs on these platforms can have negative consequences. Sharing can veer into oversharing. Teens can learn about events and activities to which they weren’t invited, and the highly curated lives of teens’ social media connections can lead them to make negative comparisons with their own lives:

  • 88% of teen social media users believe people share too much information about themselves on social media.
  • 53% of social media-using teens have seen people posting to social media about events to which they were not invited.
  • 42% of social media-using teens have had someone post things on social media about them that they cannot change or control.
  • 21% of teen social media users report feeling worse about their own life because of what they see from other friends on social media.

Teens face challenges trying to construct an appropriate and authentic online persona for multiple audiences, including adults and peers. Consequently, many teens feel obligated to project an attractive and popular image through their social media postings.

  • 40% of teen social media users report feeling pressure to post only content that makes them look good to others.
  • 39% of teens on social media say they feel pressure to post content that will be popular and get lots of comments or likes.

Some conflict teens experience is instigated online

Girls are more likely to unfriend, unfollow and block former friends

When friendships end, many teens take steps to cut the digital web that connects them to their former friend. Girls who use social media or cellphones are more likely to prune old content and connections:

  • 58% of teens who use social media or cellphones have unfriended or unfollowed someone they used to be friends with, and 45% of teens have blocked an ex-friend.
  • 63% of girls who use social media or cellphones have unfriended or unfollowed an ex-friend, compared with 53% of boys.

53% of social media- or cellphone-using girls have blocked someone after ending a friendship, compared with 37% of boys.

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Teens spend time with their closest friends in a range of venues. Texting plays a crucial role in helping close friends stay in touch

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Along with examining the general ways in which teens interact and communicate with their friends, this report documents how and where teens interact with the friends who are closest to them. These “close friend” relationships loom large in the day-to-day social activities of teens’ lives, as 59% of teens are in touch with their closest friend on a daily basis (with 41% indicating that they get in touch “many times a day”).

School is the primary place teens interact with their closest friends. However, these best-friend interactions occur across a wide range of online and offline venues:

  • 83% of teens spend time with their closest friend at school.
  • 58% spend time with their closest friend at someone’s house.
  • 55% spend time with their closest friend online (such as on social media sites or gaming sites or servers).

Teens also use a wide range of communication tools to get in touch with their closest friend.

  • 49% of teens say text messaging (including on messaging apps) is their first choice of platform for communicating with their closest friend.
  • 20% say social media is their first-choice communication tool when talking with their closest friend.
  • 13% say phone calls are the method they would choose first to talk with their closest friend.
  • 6% say video games are their first-choice platform for talking with their closest friend.

Teens who live in lower-income households are more likely than higher-income teens to say they use social media to get in touch with their closest friend. Lower-income teens, from households earning less than $30,000 annually, are nearly evenly split in how they get in touch with these friends, with 33% saying social media is the most common way they do so and 35% saying texting is their preferred communication method. Higher-income teens from families earning $30,000 or more per year are most likely to report texting as their preferred mode when communicating with their closest friend. Modestly lower levels of smartphone and basic phone use among lower-income teens may be driving some in this group to connect with their friends using platforms or methods accessible on desktop computers.

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Smartphone users have different practices for communicating with close friends

Nearly three-quarters (73%) of teens have access to a smartphone, and smartphone-using teens have different practices for communicating with close friends. Teens with smartphones rely more heavily on texting, while teens without smartphones are more likely to say social media and phone calls are preferred modes for reaching their closest friend.

Girls are more likely to use text messaging – while boys are more likely to use video games – as conduits for conversations with friends

Compared with boys, girls tend to communicate more often with friends via texting and instant messaging:

  • 62% of girls spend time with friends every day via text messaging, compared with 48% of boys.
  • 32% of girls spend time with friends every day using instant messaging, compared with 23% of boys.

On the other hand, boys are much more likely than girls to interact and spend time with friends while playing video games:

  • 74% of teen boys talk with friends while playing video games together, while 31% of girls report the same.
  • 22% of boys talk daily with friends while playing video games, compared with just 3% of girls.

Phone calls are less common early in a friendship, but are an important way that teens talk with their closest friends

Some 85% of teens say they spend time with friends by calling them on the phone, and 19% do so every day. The perceived intimacy of the phone call as a communication choice means teens are less likely to use it immediately upon meeting a new friend, but they often prefer it when talking to close friends.

  • About half of teens (52%) indicate that a phone number for calling is one of the first three things they would share with a new friend, but just 9% indicate that this is the first thing they would share.
  • And when teens want to talk to their closest friend, phone calls are the second most popular method overall, with 69% of teens citing phone calls as one of their three choices.

84% of black teens say phone calls are one of the three most common methods they use to get in touch with close friends, compared with 69% of whites and 63% of Hispanic teens.

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How can technology affect friendships? ›

The Negatives

Technology can give people more of a chance and an easier way to be mean to people and talk about someone. This can turn a great friendship into a bad situation. Emily feels technology can have a negative effect on friendships, because she thinks that if you are not face to face you cant truly know them.

Do online friendships hurt adolescent development? ›

In addition to the concerns I've just expressed, the simple calculus of life is that time spent in online relationships is time not being spent in face-to-face relationships. The lack of experience in engaging in real relationships can hurt your children's ability to develop healthy relationships in the future.

Has social media devalued true friendship? ›

In a lot of ways, social media has even reduced people's strong connections and that could also be a major reason social media causes depression as many people are not strengthening their close friendships as much of their energy is wasted online with people they have very weak ties with.

How does puberty affect friendships? ›

Family relationships are often reorganized during puberty. Teens want more independence and more emotional distance between them and their parents. A teen's focus often shifts to social interactions and friendships. This includes same-gender friends, same-gender groups of friends, and cross-gender groups of friends.

How has technology affected socializing? ›

Increased technology use has the potential to create social disconnection for young and older children alike, which can negatively impact the development of social and relational skills. Recent research has shown that screen time is negatively associated with social skills development in toddlers.

What are the negative effects of technology on relationships? ›

“The overall survey results show that higher levels of technology use and technoference adds up to significantly less time spent together as a couple, less satisfaction and connection, and higher levels of depression and anxiety,” he said.

What are the dangers of online friendships? ›

The dangers of meeting someone over the internet can include sexual predators, thieves, blackmailers and the fear of not knowing who is actually behind the phone. Anyone can act like someone they are not when they are behind any electronic device, and it is very easy to make good conversations flow over text.

What are the disadvantages of online friendship? ›

Cons of online friendship are :- 1)Lack of body language can lead to misunderstanding because emoticons don't always help. 2)To prevent miscommunication one needs to be careful of what they say. 3)An online friend can disappear overnight.

Is online friend toxic? ›

Some relatively sure signs of a toxic relationship include a persistent lack of balance between what is asked and what is given—attention, support, etc. An online friend who wants to co-opt your time through private chats, calls, “demands” for more attention, and so on, are often veering into toxic expectations.

Is technology hurting your friendships? ›

Yes! Technology can harm friendships because you're not connecting in the same ways as you do in person. When you communicate on screens, it's easier to misread someone's tone or body language.

Why is social media destroying friendships? ›

1 Aside from cyberbullying, oversharing and sexting issues, social media also can put negative pressure on friendships, especially when one friend is very active about posting pictures, status updates and opinions that hurt others.

Has social media made it harder to make friends? ›

LONDON — Social media addiction makes it harder for people to make — and keep — friends in real life, a new study suggests.

How do I help my daughter with friendship problems? ›

Encouraging Healthy Friendships
  1. Find the right fit — don't just fit in. Encourage kids to think about what they value and are interested in, and how those things fit in with the group. ...
  2. Stick to your likes. ...
  3. Keep social circles open and diverse. ...
  4. Speak out and stand up. ...
  5. Take responsibility for your own actions.

Is it normal for a teenager to have no friends? ›

There are many reasons why a child may not have many, or any, friends. She might be noticeably different, either physically or intellectually. He may lack social skills or a have a personality that puts off others his own age. He might not share the same interests as his classmates (for example he may hate sports).

At what age do friends grow apart? ›

According to a recent study by experts from Aalto University in Finland and the University of Oxford in England, our social network shrinks after we reach our mid-20s. At this age, people start to figure out who are the most important and valuable in their lives, and they make a greater effort to keep those pals.

Does technology change people's social behavior? ›

Think about how the internet changed our social behavior. Now we interact more on phone calls, emails which have replaced the traditional way of meeting face to face. We can't ignore the fact that the social bond that we humans share has been affected by technology advancement.

Does technology make us socially detached? ›

In addition, digital technologies might provide digital social connection but in fact they reduce social connectedness in real life (67) . Digital technologies are only tools that extend opportunities for connecting with others but do not provide real human interaction (68) and cannot replace human contact (40). ...

How does technology cause social isolation? ›

Many experts believe that having constant access to technology, specifically smartphones, can prevent us from making personal connections. For many people, it's become a habit to reach for a smartphone any time they have a free moment, and this behavior could be making our loneliness worse.

What are 5 negative effects of technology? ›

Eight Negative Impacts of Technology
  • Depression and Other Mental Health Issues. A University of Michigan study found that Facebook use led to a decrease in happiness and overall life satisfaction. ...
  • Lack of Sleep. ...
  • ADHD. ...
  • Obesity. ...
  • Learning Barriers. ...
  • Decreased Communication and Intimacy. ...
  • Cyberbullying. ...
  • Loss of Privacy.
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How does technology affect people's interpersonal relationship? ›


Intimate relationships often have their own challenges, and changing technologies can contribute even more to the stress of modern relationships. Sometimes, the ways people use technology can create problems between romantic partners, potentially stirring conflict and dissatisfaction in the relationship.

What are the 5 negative impacts of using technology in society? ›

Social media and mobile devices may lead to psychological and physical issues, such as eyestrain and difficulty focusing on important tasks. They may also contribute to more serious health conditions, such as depression. The overuse of technology may have a more significant impact on developing children and teenagers.

Do online friendships have the same benefits as in person friendships? ›

Online friendships are a different kind of relationship. But that doesn't necessarily make them lower in quality than offline friendships. Friendships can exist on various levels and in various worlds. An online friendship might not lead to meeting in the “real world,” but that doesn't make it less real.

Are online friendships beneficial? ›

Online Friendships Are Great For Introverts.

Making friends online is a good start for those who feel uncomfortable or shy in approaching a group of people. Sending chat messages allows users to communicate passively without feeling the pressure of real-life daily conversations.

Why should you be careful meeting an online friend in person? ›

While meeting someone you met online is fairly common, you should still do it safely by taking it slow and meeting up in public. Before you meet anyone, avoid giving away too much information about yourself, like your address or birthday, so they can't find you without your consent.

What are the negative effects of online relationships? ›

However, some of the drawbacks to dating online include the time, effort, lack of success, unwanted sexual messages, and the risk of people misrepresenting themselves.

What are the pros and cons of socializing online? ›

Pros & Cons of Social Media
Put yourself out there in a good wayPosting inappropriate statuses/pictures
Connect with students in other educational systemsMaking people feel bad about themselves
Make new friends/communicate or connect with old friends/familyCyberbullying
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What are the disadvantages of socializing online? ›

10 Disadvantages of Social Networking
  • Lacks Emotional Connection. ...
  • Gives People a License to be Hurtful. ...
  • Decreases Face-to-Face Communication Skills. ...
  • Conveys Inauthentic Expression of Feelings. ...
  • Diminishes Understanding and Thoughtfulness. ...
  • Causes Face-to-Face Interactions to Feel Disconnected. ...
  • Facilitates Laziness.
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What is toxic online behavior? ›

The term “online toxicity” encompasses rude, aggressive, and degrading attitudes and behavior that are exhibited on online platforms. It can range from excessive use of profanity to outright hate speech. It is generally observed in the context of online interactions between one or more individuals.

What is unhealthy friendship? ›

In a toxic friendship, you never feel that support or compassion. You feel minimized when they brush off your problems or ignored outright if they never respond to your messages or requests for help. In short, they aren't there for you when you need a friend most.

What makes online toxic? ›

Apart from anonymity, other factors such as asynchronous communication, empathy deficit, or individual personality and cultural factors also contribute to online disinhibition. The manifestations of such an effect could be in both positive and negative directions.

How do smartphones affect friendships? ›

A set of studies actually showed that just having a phone out and present during a conversation (say, on the table between you) interferes with your sense of connection to the other person, the feelings of closeness experienced, and the quality of the conversation.

What are the factors that can destroy friendship? ›

Here are seven common missteps that can easily derail burgeoning friendships:
  • Not asking questions and following up. ...
  • Letting one mistake paralyze you. ...
  • Being pushy, or overly indecisive, about plans. ...
  • Trying too hard to impress. ...
  • Breaking confidences. ...
  • Gossiping too much. ...
  • Missing cues.
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Do social media build relationships or destroy relationships? ›

50% of people have even reported that social media has had a significant negative impact on their relationship. From phubbing to jealousy and micro cheating, social media has opened up a whole new world of ways in which we are able to cause conflict and ruin our relationships.

How social media is killing relationships? ›

Sharing too much on social media can lessen intimacy in a relationship, and sharing too little can cause others to question the authenticity of it. Finding a healthy balance between sharing too much and not sharing enough is important for a healthy relationship.

Does social media bring us together or tear us apart? ›

Although social media has gained a negative reputation for tearing us apart, at its core, it brings people together. Social media helps people stay in touch regardless of distance or busy schedules. Social media provides a platform for old friends or family to connect.

How is social media changing friendship? ›

Worse, it may cause you to live your “relationships” on social media. Instead of enjoying quality time with friends, significant others, or family, you're watching stories and Snaps of others with their friends and family.

Why is it more difficult to make friends when we grow up? ›

"As we become adults, we have less and less environments where those ingredients are at play." Adults with jobs, kids, and a collection of other responsibilities also simply have less time available for making friends.

Does social media promote friendships or increase isolation? ›

However, social media usage may also have negative impacts on social isolation by substituting social media usage for face-to-face social interactions, or by exposing individuals to unrealistic or distorted portrayals of connections' lives, leading to feelings of social isolation.

Should parents interfere their children's friendships? ›

– Friendship expert Dana Kerford. Controlling your children's friendships while they are young won't help them to nurture positive relationships in the future. So, like most aspects of parenting, the best thing you can do is to help teach them life skills that they can work with and continue developing on their own.

Why does my daughter struggle with friendships? ›

Some kids have social difficulties.

Their interpersonal skills are lacking, which puts off peers and makes it tough to develop friendships. They may not read social cues properly. They may be controlling or aggressive or talk only about themselves and show little interest in others.

What are the 3 key skills a child needs to create and maintain a friendship? ›

But building a friendship depends on a child's emotional skills, self-regulation skills, and social competence. And parents can play an important role in the development of these abilities.

What percent of high schoolers have no friends? ›

Fully 98% of teens say they have one or more close friends: 78% say they have between one and five close friends, while 20% have six or more close friends. Just 2% of teens say they do not have anyone they consider a close friend.

What does having no friends indicate? ›

The reason you have no friends may be because you are shy, uncomfortable interacting with others, or simply don't go places that would lead to meeting new people. You don't have friends may have a lot to do with your mindset.

How do you help a child who says they have no friends? ›

Instead, talk and work with your child:
  1. Sit down with your child and discuss what friendship means and what makes a good friend.
  2. Ask your child how they choose friends.
  3. Ask your child what their interests are and who else shares those interests.
  4. Ask your child how a friend makes them feel.

How much age gap is OK for friends? ›

Although it's more common to have friends who are around your age, an AARP study finds that four in ten adults have a friend who's at least 15 years older or younger than they are. “Intergenerational friendships can be mutually rewarding,” says Irene S. Levine, Ph.

Do age gaps matter in friendships? ›

But the age gap in friendship doesn't matter – if anything, it brings an extra dimension to our friendship. While some people stick to forming friendships with those of a similar age to them, reaching out and connecting with others who aren't in the same age bracket as us can bring so much joy.

What are the signs of a friendship ending? ›

You have little or nothing to talk about

Sometimes, friends drift apart, whether you have less in common or life circumstances have changed. If you have little or nothing to talk about anymore, it may be a sign your friendship as you knew it has come to an end.

How does the Internet affect friendships? ›

1 Aside from cyberbullying, oversharing and sexting issues, social media also can put negative pressure on friendships, especially when one friend is very active about posting pictures, status updates and opinions that hurt others.

What factors affect friendships? ›

The literature reviewed thus far indicates that various individual and dyadic factors are involved in friendship formation. The individual factors include attractiveness, communication skill, personableness, and sense of humor. The dyadic factors are similarity, mutual self-disclosure, and reciprocal liking.

How does communication affect friendships? ›

Some of the importance of friendship communication include; It strengthens the bond between the involved parties. It acts as a way of airing grievances between the two parties involved. It also helps to mend friendships by solving conflicts and misunderstandings arising from any party.

How does social media affect friendships positively? ›

Social Media Can Strengthen Friendships

When kids have healthy friendships, they not only feel accepted for who they are, but they also feel more empowered and connected to the world around them. Friends also can speak truth into their lives and encourage them to explore their dreams.

Does social media have a positive impact on friendships? ›

Despite the worries over degraded and devalued relationships, the Pew survey of 2,255 adults found that people who were more active on social media had stronger relationships across the board. For instance, Facebook users had slightly more close relationships than nonusers.

How are relationships affected by social media? ›

Although social media has many positive benefits, it has the potential to wreak havoc on a relationship. Some of the negative effects of social media and relationships include decreased time with a partner, missed connections, jealousy, conflict arising from disagreements or hurt feelings, and negative comparisons.

Do phones reduce social interaction? ›

Decreased Communication Skills:

Although cell phones also have opened the door to be able to communicate in different ways (text message, social media messaging, photos, etc.), they have also hurt live interactions because people are constantly on their phones or checking them which detracts from the present moment.

How cell phones affect students with social interaction? ›

How Using Cell Phones and Social Media Affect Developing Social Skills in Kids. The increasing use of smartphones and social media is changing the way kids develop social skills. Technology decreases the amount of face-to-face interaction and increases the amount of communication done from behind a screen.

What positive and negative effects of mobile phones have on friendship? ›

Another valuable means is social media. Lives are taken over with google searches, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. These social platforms allow one to create new and even more meaningful friendships. However, there are more negative aspects that can occur such as mental health issues, addiction, and drama.

What can destroy friendship? ›

Here are seven common missteps that can easily derail burgeoning friendships:
  • Not asking questions and following up. ...
  • Letting one mistake paralyze you. ...
  • Being pushy, or overly indecisive, about plans. ...
  • Trying too hard to impress. ...
  • Breaking confidences. ...
  • Gossiping too much. ...
  • Missing cues.
4 Apr 2014

What causes friendships to fail? ›

The most significant factors in ending a friendship were discovered to be, broadly, selfishness, being more likely to end friendships with those who looked after their own interest, were not supportive of them, were dishonest, and were taking without giving, among the prime reasons.

What are the negative influence in a friendship? ›

In an overview of the psychological impacts of bad friendship in the New York Times, experts identified several types of poor behavior that could cause damage: betrayal, peer pressure to behave badly, insults or passive aggression, promise-breaking, contempt, dependency, meddling, and competition feature among them.

Which communication skills help friendship grow? ›

Friendships are made by being considerate which means all the communication skills come into play: active listening skills, questioning skills, negotiation skills, reflecting content skills, reflecting emotion skills, and editing yourself.

What are the 5 most common threats to maintaining a close relationship with your friends? ›

Jealousy as a Threat to Interpersonal Relationships
  • anger and rage.
  • depression and feelings of hopelessness.
  • stress, anxiety, and feeling out of control.
  • loss of trust.
  • physical illness.
  • insecurity.
  • loss of a relationship.
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