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Children Need Close Pals, Not Popularity

The Wall Street Journal – Jennifer Breheny Wallace

“Chasing after popularity can be stressful for children—and for their parents. A growing body of research suggests that they should give a different focus to their social energies. Having intimate friendships, it turns out, brings more long-term benefits, such as higher self-esteem and lower levels of anxiety and depression.”(more)

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