5 Ways To Nurture Your Female Friendships And Why It’s Important By Scarlett V Clark

5 Ways To Nurture Your Female #Friendships And Why It’s Important By Scarlett V Clark #BEYOUROWN


Some friends are for seasons, others for lessons and a rare few last a lifetime.On average, female friendships last 16 years, which is 6 years longer than the average romantic relationship, so it comes as no surprise that whether good or bad, friendships have a significant impact on mental health. Strong friendships between women avert loneliness and offer companionship, as well as increase serotonin and oxytocin- the bonding hormones. The CEO and founder of Smart Girl Tribe and author of The Smart Girls Handbook Scarlett V Clark, gives 5 ways to nurture female friendships to help them thrive. Pick up the phone The pandemic has caused a rising sense of emotional isolation and an inability to see friends who live far away, which in turn has resulted in face-to-face friendships being harder to sustain. Although we can connect on social media, friendships require commitment – phonecalls or even a handwritten letter can…

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