Effects of staying single vs dating
–Comedian Bill Burr has a famous line in one of his stand-ups; “There’s a critical point when you’ve stayed single for too long, that your brain switches from ‘No, don’t say that’ to ‘Eh, fuck it. You know that life doesn’t end if this relationship ends.Say it, see what happens.”What he was saying is that when you go a long time without being in a relationship, you can take a few more chances. So why not push the boundaries in your relationship and see what you can get away with?You become not just a catch because of it, but a whole and complete person. You’ve been single long enough to know that, although having a partner is great, you don’t need one.You can kill the big, scary spider yourself, treat yourself to dinner, and aren’t going to have an emotional breakdown if you don’t get a text every hour from the person you’re dating.The debate on love – relationships and their pros & cons has been discussing for too long.
So it’s not necessarily about whether you’re married or not.
In one recent study out of New York University’s Lagone Medical Center, researchers found that married men and women had a five percent lower chance of cardiovascular disease compared to single people.
Doctors aren't entirely sure why, but it's possible that since marriages typically offer a person emotional support, physical and intellectual intimacy, as well as deeper social ties to family, they might lower blood pressure and improve heart health overall.
So instead of being bummed that you’re going to be a bridesmaid , realize it’s actually a good thing.
Here are 13 reasons why being single for long periods of time makes you a better catch than if you just went from relationship to relationship, without any proper vacation time for yourself. Too many people get into relationships when they’re young, before they even know who they really are.Before you can share your life with someone else, at least wholly, it’s a good idea if you know exactly who you are and what you want.