Benefits of Being in A Relationship

Singles Out There, This One's For You

As humans, relationships are intrinsic to our survival. We are born with an innate desire to connect; to build relationships. Some connections are bestowed upon us naturally. We are born with them; they are the foundation of our existence; parents, sibling hoods, cousins, family. While there are many relationships that we build in the course of life, they determine our emotional, mental, and social well-being. Friends, lovers, spouses. If we say, these unions keep us afloat, sane through the undulating journey of life, would not be wrong.

In one’s lifetime, we form and live beautiful relationships. But, it’s the romantic alliance that we crave the most. After all, all one needs in life is Love, Love, and More Love! However, romantic relationships are not always fairytales; they are tinted with feelings of insecurity, frustration, ego, arrogance, jealousy. When these antipathetic feelings are mingled with the emotions of love, relationships take a whole different meaning, which no one likes to discuss and feel.

And, from the quicksand of mixed feelings (apprehension, trust issues, etc.) singles are born. Singles-- people who are afraid to fall in the abyss of love. But, even singles can’t deny that love is the most beautiful feeling in the world, that even they yearn to experience.

Benefits of Being in A Relationship

Before singles give us their reasons for how not being in a relationship is good, we would like to grace your heart and mind with some relationship benefits. May you be inspired and fall in love.

1. Emotional Support

Having a partner means having emotional support. When you feel emotionally low or depressed, they fuel you with all the emotional comfort and support you need at that very moment. It happens because when you are in a relationship with someone, it’s natural for you to become emotionally attached to that person. This emotional comfort and rapport is a healing balm when you are battling emotional wars within yourself. Also, emotional health is as important as physical, and psychological well-being, and your partner guarantees it. Not only physical, sexual health, but there are emotional health benefits of being in a relationship.

Emotional Support

2. Happier Life

On your gloomy days, your bf/gf is your ray of happiness. When you are in a relationship with a person, you tend to know that person in and out. Without you having to convey, your partner can sense the sorrow in your eyes and voice. And, as a good bf/gf they leave no stone unturned to make you happy and cheerful. Studies have shown that being surrounded by the person you love releases happy hormones (dopamine). No wonder, why is it said he or she is my ‘happy place to be,’ or is my ‘happy pill.’

Happier Life

3. A Lifetime of Encouragement

“ Couples that motivate each other, stay together.” These are the words of wisdom that an ideal couple swears by. Your partner is your biggest critic, your first motivator, and always your source of encouragement. No matter the situation, he or she will always be there for you, guiding you through the bad, and cheering you on your success. From motivating each other to believing in each other’s capabilities, they are each other’s Sandeep Maheshwari.

Lifetime of Encouragement

4. A Shoulder to Lean On

The next time, a thought crosses your mind, is it good to be in a relationship? Ask yourself, would you like to live a life of loneliness? Don’t you crave to lean on a shoulder that makes you forget everything? Well, who wouldn’t? Being in a committed relationship is an assurance of having someone to talk, someone who can heal your scars, and someone who doesn’t let you suffer alone. And, if you have someone like this, never let them go because it is therapeutic.

Shoulder to Lean On

5. Personal Growth

Yes, partners do encourage personal growth and wellbeing of each other. They constantly strive to be better versions of themselves. Whether it’s him urging her to eat healthy or her bringing Gifts For Him on his every good deed, or whether it’s correcting each other every time one makes a mistake, having a partner means you are enrouting the journey of being a better, wiser person.

Personal Growth

6. Better Days and Good Moments

Embracing a healthy, committed relationship equals to having better days and enjoyable moments, every day. And, we are not saying this, but researches are. Studies have documented the advantages of being in a relationship that includes lower stress levels, restful slumber, improved mental health, robust physical health, and many more. The presence of a person you love can make you feel instantly good. It is natural!

Better Days and Good Moments

7. Live Longer-Life

It’s no brainer when your physical, emotional, psychological, and social health are salubrious; you are more likely to live long. Moreover, spending days and nights loving, laughing, and making memories with each other will undoubtedly do wonders for you and your partner’s health and life. After all, love is the drug that keeps the heart beating and soul dancing.

Live Longer-Life

Much Love !!

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