"Hmmm...Can't decide if I want to watch "Four Houses" or give myself an Icy Hot pee hole enema..." - Blake Shelton
When you are saying girl at school this is high school?
But what you are saying is more interesting. How does social life get better? I assume you didn't say that because of the business aspect of it.
Iirc, fungal infections were among the worst culprits.
Remember when talking about thos stuff that infant mortality is usually figured in.
That ice mummy with the axe was in his forties.
Forty wasn't unusual for those who survived to adulthood at all.
Anyone wondering what I'm talking about start here:
The Psychology of Persuasion
If you continue to pursue what you enjoy doing then it does not fade, comppared to HS my social life has gotten much bettrer, and compared to my 20's it has as well, and my 30's were great, and here I am just past 40 anbd it is still great. I would not trade my current social life for the social life I had in HS for anything (and in HS your social life was all that mattered). Today I have better friends, better relationships, better sex, better travel, and still enjoy many of the same leisure activities I did when I was younger (and in some cases more often than when i was younger) - and I have a slew of activities and pursuits above and beyond my HS days that I have acquired along the way as well.
There is no comparison to the social life of today, or the social life of the last 20 years versus that of my High school days. It has been good, and continues to be good, and somehow keeps getting better and better as I go.
I am sure not all can say that, but as I started this post out by saying, a social life is an investment, in many cases what someone wants or expects from their social life changes. and often they invest in other areas.. for example children can easily become the focal point of their parents and they then choose to sacrifice their social life to invest their time and energies to their children. Some lose sight of their social lives and toss it away chasing a dollar or a career. Many people do continue to balance their lives and continue to have a very rich and very rewarding social life though. From my experience incomparably better than what I thought was a "social life" in HS.