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Benefits of friendship [www.nguyencanhtuan.com‪]‬ Luyện Nghe Tiếng Anh - English listening practice

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BENEFITS OF FRIENDSHIP

Friendships can enrich (làm giàu, làm đủ đầy) your life in many ways. Good friends teach you about yourself and challenge (thử thách) you to be better. They encourage (động viên) you to keep going when times get tough (khi khó khăn đến) and celebrate (ăn mừng) your successes with you.

But friends do a lot more than give you a shoulder to cry on (một bờ vai để khóc); they also have a positive impact (tác động tích cực) on your health. Some research even says friendships are just as important to your well-being (sức khỏe) as eating right (ăn uống hợp lý) and exercising (thể dục).

So how do friendships contribute (đóng góp) to your well-being?

It turns out that healthy relationships actually contribute to good physical health (sức khỏe thể chất) . Having a close circle of friends (nhóm bạn thân) can decrease your risk (nguy cơ) of health problems like diabetes (tiểu đường) , heart attack (đau tim), and stroke (đột quỵ).

One possible explanation (lời giải thích) for those health benefits (lợi ích sức khỏe) is that friendships can help you make lifestyle changes (thay đổi trong lối sống) that can have a direct impact (ảnh hưởng trực tiếp) on your well-being. For example, your friends can help you set and maintain goals (đặt ra và duy trì mục tiêu) to eat better and exercise more

If you find yourself going through a hard time (gặp khó khăn) , having a friend to help you through can make the transition easier.

Research also shows that happiness is contagious (có tính lây lan) among friends. One study of high school students found that those who were depressed (trầm cảm) were twice as likely to recover if they had happy friends

Supportive friends can help you feel more confident (tự tin) by offering praise (lời khen) and reassurance (sự trấn an) when you're feeling unsure.

Friends can also provide a positive influence. If you make friends with people who are generous (hào phóng) , ambitious (có tham vọng) or family-oriented (hướng tới gia đình), you are more likely to develop those values yourself.

Bài nghe được thu âm bởi Callum Nguyen (fb.com/callum.nguyen) | Đăng ký khóa học luyện nói của thầy trên Edumall tại https://bit.ly/CN-Edumall hoặc Unica tại https://bit.ly/CNUnica

Nếu bạn có thắc mắc hoặc muốn liên hệ hợp tác, vui lòng kết nối trên Facebook hoặc website www.nguyencanhtuan.com

BENEFITS OF FRIENDSHIP

Friendships can enrich (làm giàu, làm đủ đầy) your life in many ways. Good friends teach you about yourself and challenge (thử thách) you to be better. They encourage (động viên) you to keep going when times get tough (khi khó khăn đến) and celebrate (ăn mừng) your successes with you.

But friends do a lot more than give you a shoulder to cry on (một bờ vai để khóc); they also have a positive impact (tác động tích cực) on your health. Some research even says friendships are just as important to your well-being (sức khỏe) as eating right (ăn uống hợp lý) and exercising (thể dục).

So how do friendships contribute (đóng góp) to your well-being?

It turns out that healthy relationships actually contribute to good physical health (sức khỏe thể chất) . Having a close circle of friends (nhóm bạn thân) can decrease your risk (nguy cơ) of health problems like diabetes (tiểu đường) , heart attack (đau tim), and stroke (đột quỵ).

One possible explanation (lời giải thích) for those health benefits (lợi ích sức khỏe) is that friendships can help you make lifestyle changes (thay đổi trong lối sống) that can have a direct impact (ảnh hưởng trực tiếp) on your well-being. For example, your friends can help you set and maintain goals (đặt ra và duy trì mục tiêu) to eat better and exercise more

If you find yourself going through a hard time (gặp khó khăn) , having a friend to help you through can make the transition easier.

Research also shows that happiness is contagious (có tính lây lan) among friends. One study of high school students found that those who were depressed (trầm cảm) were twice as likely to recover if they had happy friends

Supportive friends can help you feel more confident (tự tin) by offering praise (lời khen) and reassurance (sự trấn an) when you're feeling unsure.

Friends can also provide a positive influence. If you make friends with people who are generous (hào phóng) , ambitious (có tham vọng) or family-oriented (hướng tới gia đình), you are more likely to develop those values yourself.

Bài nghe được thu âm bởi Callum Nguyen (fb.com/callum.nguyen) | Đăng ký khóa học luyện nói của thầy trên Edumall tại https://bit.ly/CN-Edumall hoặc Unica tại https://bit.ly/CNUnica

Nếu bạn có thắc mắc hoặc muốn liên hệ hợp tác, vui lòng kết nối trên Facebook hoặc website www.nguyencanhtuan.com

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