Being in a relationship isn’t just about sitting on the couch watching Netflix; It’s about improving your quality of life and your overall well-being. You might not think dating someone can really make or break you, but it can. Relationships are surprisingly really good for your health — here are a few reasons why:
It Helps You Live Longer
There’s scientific evidence that backs up this theory! People who are married typically live longer than people who are single. And that’s because they have a driving force to make sure their well-being stays intact — their partner. People who are in healthy, long-term relationships, want to live for as long as they possibly can.
They want to be able to take care of their significant other, their children, and whatever other responsibilities they have.