The researchers at the University of Virginia just published a research in journal Child Development saying that the friends you had in your high school explain better the person you are in your mid-twenties.
All of us have friends and all of us have experienced different colours of friendship in our lives. And this very research says that people who had quite a few friends in their high schools are less likely to get depressed and they are not prone to anxiety as much as the people who were quite popular in their high schools. It says that quality of friends in your adolescence defines you better than the number of people who knew you in high school. Having a small circle of quality friends make you a better person in your adulthood than having a huge bunch of friends who you don