'Til death do us part': How a traditional vow can help you live longer

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: It’s definitely not good from a health perspective. It’s not good to be isolated. There are many studies showing that people who are socially isolated are more susceptible to your classic cold viruses — we are more susceptible especially when we feel lonely and isolated. While I am absolutely not saying we shouldn’t be keeping our distance because of the virus, it’s very important to socially distance — but we need to be aware of the side effects of isolation.

The first is to focus on romantic relationships — as long as you are committed and making a decision to stay together until death do you part. Studies show that people who live together, but who do not have the kind of certainty of knowing that they are going to stay together, don’t get the health benefits of staying in their relationship.

 

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