Your High School Friendships Are Still Affecting Your Mental Health – HuffPost

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Your High School Friendships Are Still Affecting Your Mental Health
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While being popular in high school might be every teenager’s goal, belonging to a tight-knit group may pay off more in the long run. The types of friendships you form during your teenage years can affect your mental health in adulthood, according to a
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