5. It’s the friendship aspect in a marriage that makes it last.
According to John Gottman, successful marriages are based a great deal on deep friendship. Mutual respect for each other’s company plus a good knowledge of each other’s quirks, likes and dislikes, is good for the marriage. Spouses who are friends try harder to make repair attempts during a spat.
6. When faced with major illness, individuals with a good social network are in a better position to survive.
According to a 10-year study by the Centre for Ageing at Flinders University, a strong network of friends is more important than close family relatives for a prolonging life. People aged over 70, but having an extensive network, tended to live 22% longer than those with less extensive networks.
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