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I would have liked you to meet Phyllis, too, but I only got to know her through her obituary. Instead, I'll introduce you to Nancy, her card-playing friend. Nancy says the secret to a well-lived life for a senior citizen in downtown Erie is to get out and about every day.


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She recounts a story of her mother running out from her house, mask on, to thank her garbage collector for picking up the trash before he drove past.

The role of weak ties in our lives

Showing appreciation for people in our community and not taking them for granted builds goodwill and a sense of benevolence, says Sandstrom, and we could all use more of that. They can expand our opportunities to find work, meet potential mates, attain difficult-to-find items, and more.

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And there are always online workshops or classes that can provide some socialization between strangers. Jill Suttie Jill Suttie, Psy. By Juliana Breines March 11, This article — and everything on this site — is funded by readers like you.

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Give Now. After talking to a stranger online, people feel less lonely, more trusting in others, and better about the world. In another study, people had greater longevity if they had a larger of weak social ties, independent of whether or not they had close, intimate ties. Sandstrom thinks that people tend to forget how good it makes them feel when they talk to strangers.

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Or, she says, some people are concerned that talking with a stranger will lead to more closeness than they really want. First, though, we must recognize their importance so that we are willing to take the extra measures to nurture those peripheral ties in a safe way. Unfortunately, people often undervalue weak ties, she says.

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Sandstrom also recommends practicing more gratitude as a way of building social capital. Researchers believe that weak ties serve many important functions.

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They also help us to learn from people who have different viewpoints, at least if we can diversify the people with whom we connect. While the virus may have made it more difficult to connect with people outside our pods, there are still ways to build on and enjoy these connections.

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They stabilize our social networksallowing us to be more resilient when our communities are stressed. It feels like a loss—and research suggests that it really is, for many of us.

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Then she asked them about their mood, happiness, satisfaction with life, and sense of social support and belonging before and after. Get the science of a meaningful life delivered to your inbox.

How to keep connecting with strangers during the pandemic

Those who interacted with a stranger were happier, enjoyed their commute more, had more energy, and had no drop in their productivity—whether they expected to enjoy it or not. However, even if opportunities for real-life interactions have become more limited, there is evidence that weak ties can be facilitated online. Recently, Sandstrom has been studying online meetups with strangers and finding that participants are reacting pretty much the same way as they did pre-COVID. Fingerman recommends a program called Big and Miniwhich matches younger and older people who want to have companionship with someone of another generation.

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But I never expected that they would be practically my only companions for seven months in a row. They can also be a source of comfort, as in when you go to the pharmacy and know the pharmacist or converse regularly with the clerk at your local market. Become a subscribing member today.

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Moreover, over time, some weak ties can become stronger—and when the pool of strangers who can become friends shrinks, we can experience a feeling of stagnation. Jill Suttie, Psy. She received her doctorate of psychology from the University of San Francisco in and was a psychologist in private practice before coming to Greater Good.

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It just takes looking up from our devices—and then making an effort. One study found that the of social roles people had above and beyond their intimate relationships, such as being an employee or a volunteer, contributed to better lung health. For older people, connecting with weak ties is associated with more mobilitysays Fingerman, which may be one reason that having an expanded social network is tied to better health, too. In one experimentSandstrom had people carry around two clickers for six days over a two-week period to keep track of when they interacted with either a weak tie or a close tie.

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They worry conversations could prove awkward or embarrassing…especially if there are long silences. We get a little hit of happiness when we connect with those folks, and it helps us to feel part of our community.

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Sandstrom notes that neighborhood WhatsApp groups have been gaining in popularity, allowing people to check in with neighbors and share information or company.