Our society tends to place an emphasis on romantic relationships. We think that just finding that right person will make us happy and fulfilled. But research shows that friends are actually even more important to our psychological welfare. Friends bring more happiness into our lives than virtually anything else. Friendships have a huge impact on your mental health and happiness. Good friends relieve stress, provide comfort and joy, and prevent loneliness and isolation.
It used to be that making additional pals was as easy as alcove in the schoolyard. Adulthood, however, poses its own obstacles to finding your ride or die —the least of which are crammed schedules, parental duties, and not wanting to leave your comfort zone, especially if you're an introvert. But these platonic relationships be able to be so vital. Just as dating apps have helped to solve the dilemma of finding love in the digital ageapps to make friends are working to fill another void.
Friendships add so much spark to our lives—helping us find humor and chance in spells of misfortune, and cheering us on in stretches of carnival and transition. We swap stories above meals, and fill moments in age with laughter and like-mindedness—adding to the family we may or may not have. So what happens when you find yourself attracted to one of your confidantes. Will having sex along with your friend ruin the relationship you built?