Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Let It Go



Whilst married people can be healthier and happier than their single counterparts the results of a study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has shown that this is not always the case. Sadly it seems that marital stress can make the sufferer more prone to depression.

Constantly put down or let down by your spouse can lower your resilience to a point where the high points of life no longer provide pleasure.

None of this is of course any surprise to family lawyers who frequently take instructions from people who have hit rock-bottom before finally seeking to remove themselves from a debilitating and repressive marriage.

Further research is now needed as to how to enable people to become resilient to the triggers which invoke stress (meditation is suggested). In the meantime perhaps I shall consider retraining as a Yoga Guru.




1 comment:

Abed Nadier said...

I agree, marital stress can definitely cause more depression and grief than being single can. While being married can bring the happiest times of your life, if you're in a negative relationship, it will only cause pain and heartache. This is why it's important to make careful decisions when choosing someone to marry and then making careful decisions when deciding to get a divorce. In the end, do what makes you and your spouse happy.
Abed Nadier | http://www.madisonlf.com/family-law/