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Don’t think, just answer!
- Why do you think friends are important? Anecdotal evidence has proven that ‘friends’ or a support network is invaluable to mental health, physical wellbeing and social skills. A group of people with whom we feel safe sharing our lives: concerns, problems, common hobbies, raising children, sharing meals, enjoying entertainment, etc. is what makes us more well-rounded and whole…and life is less stressful.
- What realistic advice do you give someone you care about when times are tough for them? From personal experience: Everything is relative, Each day presents new possibilities, Every experience is an opportunity to learn and grow, Mind over matter – people have suffered horrendously and with the right attitude have prevailed and succeeded.
- What are Sundays like at your house? Quiet.