Women often forget about their girlfriends once they get a boyfriend or once they get married – but they need to remember that having your girlfriends is a form of support you cannot get from anywhere else. According to Huffington Post, every seven years women lose about half of their close friends. This can be because of moving to a new city, a new career or just changes in relationships. Therefore, it is always important to make new women friends whenever you can.
It is now scientifically proven that having your girlfriends around reduces stress, boosts your self-esteem and makes you a healthier person.
Men usually have a group of friends that they hang out with, no matter if they have a girlfriend or wife. Women tend to be more sacrificial. They want to take care of their house, their kids (if they have any) and they want to take care of their significant other. In this process, women end up feeling lonely, with nobody to talk to. This is why girlfriends are important. Have you ever met your girlfriends after a long time, just hung around with them, had a good time and felt refreshed in life? Well, it is now scientifically proven that having your girlfriends around reduces stress, boosts your self-esteem and makes you a healthier person.
When the kids grow up and leave for college, women feel especially lonely and can get depressed. There is no better support at this point than your girlfriends.
Women often think that they don’t really need friends once they get much older. It is especially at this age that girlfriends are a vital support. When the kids grow up and leave for college, women feel especially lonely and can get depressed. There is no better support at this point than your girlfriends. They might be going through similar circumstances and can relate to you. It is always good to share your thoughts, it makes life easier.
Our society makes marriage a success story for women, but the real success is when women have a great support system from their friends.
The friends they can relate to, friends who are there for them no matter what, friends like family. So, make some time for your friends: go for a movie, catch up over coffee, go on a road trip, go out on a spa date or just simply hang out with them at home! It is truly a form of therapy, and most women can vouch for that.
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