A new study confirms what many of us have always suspected: We connect most with people who navigate the world in the same awkward way we do. The awkward flock: Nobody gets our brand of anxieties quite like our anxious friends. The blanket rejection of awkward people comes from people who rank each other based on the dictums of mainstream society. Just like the famed " 36 Questions " experiment illustrated, self-disclosure creates vulnerability, which in turn creates the space for establishing intimacy. 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. Being Fabulously, Socially Awkward.
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