Teen love is overrated, and solitary teens may be best off — claims science

Teen love is overrated, and solitary teens may be best off — claims science

A brand new research shows that teenagers who remain solitary are happier compared to those who couple up

NicoleLyn Pesce

Generations of teen movies — from “Sixteen Candles” to “Clueless” to this year’s “Booksmart” — have upheld dating and starting up in senior high school as not merely a rite of passage, but additionally an indication of being truly a confident and socially modified adolescent.

In reality, a brand new research recommends that teenagers who remain solitary during those formative years are in reality happier compared to those riding the highs and lows of hormone-fueled relationship roller coasters. (Cue Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” — and parents sighing in relief because they utilize this as another reason to beg their children to refrain from dating “until they’re older.”)

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