November 8, 2017 by The ReadyWriter
Studies suggest that some women forget about their friends once they are married and living their happily ever after. Although it is said that, girlfriends are a healthier alternative to being married to a man. After the delirious mind fuzz of the proposal, engagement, shower, and wedding wears off, men are apparently the primary beneficiaries of marriage. While marriage attracts less inhibited men in general, it also inhibits antisocial behaviors in men, ultimately improving the quality of their lives. Married men live longer. In fact, men over 50 who find themselves single face a much higher mortality rate. I’m in no way knocking marriage but why do some women cut off their girlfriends once they enter relationships or get married?
There are not as many benefits in marriage for women. Just having a man around creates seven hours of extra work a week. Women pack on pounds when married. A bad marriage is a risk factor for heart disease in women. And women take longer to recover emotionally when a relationship falls apart. However when girlfriends cut off girlfriends, they lack that support, emotionally and mentally.
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