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A little emotional support can go a long way toward helping a person recover from a procedure or illness.

Everyone is unique and has their own needs and desires when it comes to relationships, handling stress and living a healthy, meaningful life.

If you’re the type of person who enjoys being alone, that’s okay too, but attempting to make a couple close relationships could mean noticeable benefits to your mental and physical health.

This suggests that married or paired people are less responsive to psychological stress, and that the social and emotional support that comes with having a partner can be a great buffer against stress.

There’s even evidence to suggest that couples who cohabitate are happier than those that don’t.

It’s natural for humans to want to feel needed, and like they’re part of something bigger.

Many people strive to feel like they’re doing something good for someone else, and improving the world in some way.

Some are specific to romantic relationships, and others aren’t.

Being in a committed relationship is linked to less production of cortisol, a stress hormone.

Even just having one or two strong, healthy relationships in your life can have a positive effect on health.

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06-Dec-2019 10:36