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In the article Social Butterfly or Wallflower Its in Your Genes Anne Minard the author shares a research done by James Fowler a political scientist at UCSD The research reveals that the human DNA controls 50 of our behavior and social preferences On the other hand 50 of our social style and preferences are acquired through the friends and the environment we are surrounded by According to James Fowler although our behavior and social lifestyle are written in our DNA we have the ability to control some of our life choices and experiences Fowler mentions that he will expand his research so he could cover both adolescents and adults Thus that the research will be more accurateAccording to my lifestyle and experiences I would rather to have small group of close friends However that does not mean that I do not like to be surrounded by a lot of friends As long as I remember myself I always had few friends And when I was a child I kept asking myself why What was wrong with me Am I not funny or cool enough to have big group of friend But many years later I figured out that I am kind of person who feels safe with few friends Tow or three close fiends are enough for me I believe that as we grow up our friends circle shrinks which leaves for us only the good friends I always had the same social style however some changes accrued when I moved to the US It was very challenging thing for me to leave my friends whom I grew up with in Saudi Arabia and make new friendship with new people I do not know I became introvert I even became that person who sits alone at the cafeteria and eats the lunch rapidly in a hidden corner I have always felt sorry for those people and now I am one of them I feel
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