So­cial Life

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Q. Do you see your loved ones regularly? A) No, I’m not a so­cial per­son B) I have a hand­ful of friends, but I still like to spend a bit of time by my­self C) Yes, my re­la­tion­ships are my main pri­or­ity

Hav­ing a sup­port­ive so­cial group can in­crease your chances of liv­ing longer. Yale Univer­sity in Amer­ica found that be­ing a pos­i­tive and op­ti­mistic per­son has a real im­pact on your men­tal and phys­i­cal health. The study re­vealed that those who had a happy out­look on life, lived seven years longer than those who didn’t. Re­la­tion­ships sig­nif­i­cantly im­pact how we feel, so your chances of be­ing a happy and op­ti­mistic per­son are in­creased by sur­round­ing your­self with fun-lov­ing friends and fam­ily.

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