Peter Griffin posted in mental health • physical health • psychology • relationships • Sheree Gibb • University of Otago on January 6th, 2011.
Research carried out by University of Otago researchers has found that relationships of over 5 years – but not necessarily marriages – are good for our health. People in long-terms relationships suffer less from depression, are less likely to contemplate suicide, and are also less likely to have substance abuse/addiction problems. An excerpt: (read in […]
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