Highschool Popularity Leads To Unhappiness in Recent Studies

This is interesting..

According to Complex, a recent study has been released from the University of Virginia stating majority students who are popular in high school turn out to be unhappy in the long run. 

After doing a 10-year study where they followed 169 high school students from the age of 15 and up 25, they found that high schoolers who preferred keeping a tight knit group of friends ended  fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety by age 25. 

That's just crazy, not sure how true this is but in the study it also shows that students who maintained a friendship with their same circle have better psychological health, psychosocial adjustment, and an adaptive stress response during adolescence.

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