Friendfluence, Carlin Flora
Did you know that having good friendships makes you cleverer, richer, and healthier? Increasingly, research shows that the single most important factor in a well-lived life is not our jobs, our families, our health or wealth - it's the breadth and depth of our friendships. Good friends can be our main source of moral support, midwives to our dreams, and generous suppliers of love, humour and understanding. As Virginia Woolf put it, 'Some people go to priests; others to poetry; I go to my friends.'