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Should Schools Ban Best Friends?

Should schools be able to ban your kids from having best friends? I say no. Having a best friend is completely normal and healthy. Schools should have no jurisdiction in this regard. Loads of research has been done in the field of child psychology to show that best friends are actually practice for intimate permanent relationships later on in life. This is developmental psychology 101. Close friendships help teach children how to form intimate and unique bonds throughout their lives.

Come along for a drive with me as I give my take on the debate in this episode of Truth Warrior. I hope it at least gives some new perspective on this. Feel free to give me your feedback in the comments.

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