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Having friends protects kids from sadness and depression

A recent study has found that children who have friends are less likely to feel sad or depressed as they reach the teenage years, even having one close friend makes a difference. Lead author Dr Bukowski says "Friendship promotes resilience and protects at-risk kids from internalizing problems such as feeling depressed and anxious."

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