software buy If your friend was speeding and got busted, would you lie for them if they got caught? In South Korea, 63 percent would. In the U.S., 7 percent would. (Which means 93 percent would rat on their friends.) “We in the U.S., believe it or not, we have a very bad reputation internationally when it comes to close friendships,” said Baumgarte. After returning from France, he started studying the phenomenon. He realized one of our problems is that we work too much. Our friendships are too superficial, even though we’re very open and friendly. That doesn’t make us bad, but it does makeRead More →