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This accounts for the large number of angled bridges that still exist in Milwaukee today. He claimed land to the south of the Milwaukee River, along with Juneautown, where he built a log house in 1834. The first large wave of settlement to the areas that would later become Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee began in 1835.

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The study was developed to determine what makes us happy.

The study explored every part of who we are, from physical and psychological traits to social life and IQ, to learn how we can flourish.

Extensive evidence shows that having good-quality relationships can help us to live longer and happier lives with fewer mental health problems.

Having close, positive relationships can give us a purpose and sense of belonging.

How we interact and form relationships has changed considerably over the past decade.

The evolving family structure, development and reliance on online technologies, longer working hours, and changes in how we define community mean that who we connect with and how we connect may never be the same again.

A review of 148 studies concluded that ‘the influence of social relationships on the risk of death are comparable with well-established risk factors for mortality such as smoking and alcohol consumption and exceed the influence of other risk factors such as physical inactivity and obesity’ and that ‘physicians, health professionals, educators, and the media should […] take social relationships as seriously as other risk factors that affect mortality’.

It is the quality of our relationships that matters.

While families, parents and caregivers are central to our wellbeing, during adolescence, friends and peers become more significant as young people become more independent and start to build their own social networks.

The Mental Health Foundation defines relationships as ‘the way in which two or more people are connected, or the state of being connected’.

Relationships include the intimate relationships we have with our respective partners, those we form with our parents, siblings and grandparents, and those we form socially with our friends, work colleagues, teachers, healthcare professionals and community.

In 2015, 43% of young people aged 10 to 15 in the UK reported having been bullied.

Of these, 29% reported they self-harmed, 27% skipped class, 14% developed an eating disorder and 12% ran away from home as a result of bullying.