By Rashida McKenzie
Friends - how many of us have them? Ones we can depend on? Well, according to a study done by the American Sociological Review
, not many of us. The study says that twenty-five percent of Americans have no one to close to confide in, and that we have a third fewer close friends and confidants than just two decades ago, which they believe is a sign that people may be living lonelier, more isolated lives.