Strong and supportive social connections are crucial to physical as well as mental well-being. For youths, those who are able to have open communication with their parents are “more likely to report positive body image, … not smoking, … higher life satisfaction, … and fewer physical and psychological complaints.” In addition, youths who have strong connections with friends are able to fight against depression and have higher levels of self-esteem and happiness. In other words, strong social support can act as a buffer that protects against stress that can lead to a more severe illness. This statue of Two Young People (1942) on Dronning Louises Bro (bridge) by Johannes Christian Hansen opstillet (1903-1995) Danish sculptor, communicates this message.