Keep in Touch: Letters, Notes, and More from the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants - Study Guide The Dos and Don'ts of Keeping in Touch, Pages 105 through 116 Summary & Analysis

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The book's final section provides tips on how readers can stay in touch with their own friends, including the following:

- Instant messaging, but make sure your friend doesn't share a screen ID with someone else. Tibby includes a note about a boy sending her an instant message asking for advice about a girl they both knew. However, it turned out that it was actually Tibby's mother who was online and chatting with him.

- E-mail, which is quick and has the added advantage of being able to include photos. A note from Bridget says this is a good means of communication for people who aren't good with words or "touchy-feely" emotions. She also advises playing sports together as a good way of staying close to friends.

- Handwritten...

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