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- “Popularity” can be a weird thing in high school. Typically, the athletes, good-looking people, and outgoing overachievers are the “popular” kids in high school.
- While popular kids seem to have it all, they don’t. Their friendships are often shallow. Later in life, many of them struggle with depression.
- Popular or not, you should seek deep, authentic friendships with others that are based on mutual trust, care, and interest – not shallow social standing.
A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down. -Arnold H. Glasow