Effects of staying single vs dating
So this brings about the obvious questions…Are you more likely to sabotage a relationship because you simply just don’t care?
You see this is the very problem you run into when you’re been a single for too long.
The debate on love – relationships and their pros & cons has been discussing for too long.
With generation today is more fickle in term of relationships and issues of the heart, many people alienate themselves from ideas of having a healthy relationship and they are looking for flings, which just give them some momentary pleasure.
It’s often up to the individual to maintain health on their own, but certain lifestyles and life choices — like career or marriage — can definitely have an effect on your health and longevity. Consistent research has shown that being married is actually good for your heart.When it comes to pros and cons of being in a relationship, we can see clearly that you will always have company if you have a beloved one.He or she will be a good one who you can share your happiness and sadness with you.It’s all about how happy it’s making you, and whether your relationship is healthy or strained.“Married people seem healthier because marriage may promote health,” said Hui Liu, a Michigan State University sociologist who is an author of the study. According to Robin Simon, a professor of sociology at Wake Forest University, marriage has for a long time been associated with better mental health.“But it’s not that every marriage is better than none. "At this point, hundreds of studies document a robust relationship between marriage and improved mental health: Married people report significantly fewer symptoms of depression and are significantly less likely to abuse substances than their non-married counterparts," Simon writes in Psychiatry Weekly.