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Joseph Finkelberg

I agree with you. Conversations are not required to contain practical information just like in the case of conversations among friends. The important part there is the bond that is shared among friends.

The same goes with content. An article without any engaging factor won't look meaningful to readers.

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Great! informative blog. Thanks to share

WowPeurariaMerifica

This is absolutely true! Confiding about our true feelings, be it tears or anger, to a friend or family member, is a great way of venting out and staying healthy, happy and freeeeeeee! :)

Heather MacLean

It comes down to relationships. There are some people who click and some that need to work at the relationship-building. It takes two to build a relationship though. Conversations, of all kinds, are a part of that process.

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