Group texts can be annoying sometimes, especially if you got added to a conversation with people you don't know. But they can also be a great way to reach out to your closest friends all at once and bring you closer together.
When you need to vent, want some honest second opinions, or just feel like being your goofy self and making jokes, friends are the best thing you could ask for. That's why Brittney Morgan at Apartment Therapy suggests you keep a "best friends only" group text going. Whenever you feel like reaching out, or want to try and make plans, you can do it all in one place.
My friends and I do this and I personally can't recommend it enough. We use a group chat app, however, instead of a group text, which is nice for when we want to mute the conversation. Even when we don't get to see each other, we still get to talk almost every day. And just knowing the group chat is there is comforting because you know you have a place where you can find support when you've had a rough day.
Why You Should Keep a "No-Reason" Group Text Going With Your Best Friends [Apartment Therapy]