Puppy love may be cute, but it’s not necessarily good for social development. So says this study.
From The Daily Mail:
Researchers at the University of Georgia studied nearly six-hundred students.
Singletons had good social skills and low depression, compared to dating peers.
Teenagers who avoid dating aren’t necessarily socially awkward, experts have found.
In fact, they sometimes have better mental health than their romantically-linked peers and are equally well-adjusted.
That’s the conclusion reached by researchers at the University of Georgia, who studied nearly six-hundred tenth grade students.
As a result, experts say schools should promote being single as a viable option of healthy development among adolescents.
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