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I have a problem with EN grammar so i need a little bit of help.

So...

From an early age, we are searching for a social circle and people we feel with.

OR

From an early age, we are searching for a social circle and people feeling good with.

I have no idea which will sound better. Please help me. I don't know how to make it sound better.

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The first part should be:

From an early age, we search for a social circle.

"Are searching" is an ongoing action, and while some people may search for friends their whole lives, I would suggest that we search until we find.

Now the tricky part, because neither of your sentences is natural and seem to be lacking some meaning. What, exactly, do we feel?

Some possible examples for what I think you might mean, given the context:

From an early age, we search for a social circle and people we feel comfortable with.

Or, perhaps you don't need the word "feel" at all, and could just say:

From an early age, we search for a social circle and people we identify with.

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