If you were more likely to grace your high school stadium with the marching band than the football team, you probably heard well-meaning adults assure you that after high school, the popular kids get their retribution. (The geeks shall inherit the earth, as they say.) That may well be the case, according to an August 2017 paper. Researchers found that being popular in high school may take a toll on your mental health as an adult.
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Written by Ashley Hamer September 8, 2017
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