Exercise with a friend
Friendship and mental health Friendship and mental health Friendship is a crucial element in protecting our mental health. Our friends can keep us grounded, help us get things in perspective, and help us manage the problems that life throws at us. But friendships can play a key role in helping us live with or recover from a mental health problem and overcome the isolation that often comes with it. This page looks at: talking to friends about your mental health supporting a friend with a mental health problem. Both can be difficult to do, so we have tips on how to start a conversation, offer support, and look after yourself.
Although this idea of finding a finest friend and keeping her forever can be more of a myth than a reality for most girls. After that, the more BFFs they have, the cooler they are. Consequently, many girls succumb to the pressure to achieve a BFF and fall into the trap of trying to be liked by everyone and to please others. Not only is this unhealthy, although it also opens the door en route for cliques and peer pressure.