This video is about the different friend types we all have.
February 11th is Make A Friend Day!
Some friendships last a lifetime, while others are short-lived. Experts say that in your lifetime, you will make about 396 friends. Of those, only 1 out of 12 friendships will last. In this video, we take a look at the friend types you are likely to have throughout your lifetime.
There’s no doubt about it: everyone needs friends. Did you know that people without friends are more likely to have a shorter lifespan? True! According to a study by Brigham Young University, people with strong friendships tend to have an increased 50% chance of survival. Having friends in your life makes challenges look less daunting.
To up your chances of living a long, happy life, having a bunch of fair-weather buddies won’t do the trick. You'll need a diverse, well-rounded entourage that will stick with you through thick and thin. Having a mix of different friend types makes living life interesting and fun.
Did you know that our taste in friendship changes as we get older? Friends just kind of happen. Once student life ends, the people in your life start to shake themselves into more distinct fried types.
You will have your closest friends, your pretty good friends, your acquaintances, and strangers.
The friendships that last are those that are based on shared core values. These may be old friends with whom we have a strong emotional history. We may not necessarily see them very often but we never stop thinking of them as our friends.
Friendship is one of the most highly valued and rewarding parts of life. Close friends improve our outlook on life and our general well-being, making any unpleasant experience much easier to bear.
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