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August 23, 2017 Wednesday 02:06:00 PM IST

Strong friendship circle helps to have peaceful life

Teacher Insights

The research done at the university of Virginia, has found that the quality of friendship a person has during the adolescence may help to predict the mental and emotional health of the person when they reach adulthood. When a person in adolescence is popular among them may suffer from social anxiety as they stop receiving the same level of attention they are used to.

People who has a clear knowledge what a good quality friendship offers does not have any anxiety issues or depression. The people who thinks friendship is all about being popular and does not care about others feeling will face serious anxiety issues, mental health issues. 


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