Updated: May 20, 2021

by riotinfection

October 2018

There are countless pleasant things you can think of to be in a relationship. But there are also some considerations that make a lot of people afraid to be in a relationship, even with someone they like. If you’re reading this article, then you are probably considering to be in a relationship.

Romantic feelings and the idea of being a relationship is what a lot of people yearn of. As human beings, we couldn’t deny that when we are with someone we like and interested with, things seem to be more exciting. However, like the saying, it takes two to tango.

Being in a relationship needs good cooperation, otherwise, things could be uncomfortable for both parties. Many people complain about their relationship problems, and it seems like there’s no end to problems in dating. However, there are also many things that you could enjoy being in a relationship. Here are 6 benefits of being in a relationship.


You might have seen a lot of romance movies where the main characters suddenly gain ‘superpower’ and able to achieve their dreams trough love. This is not completely fiction. When you’re in a healthy relationship, your significant other could be the reason for you to better yourself; either it’s directly or indirectly. Also, being happy and affectionate with your partner could also boost the production of certain hormones that would make you feel more easygoing and contented.

Widen Knowledge

This one is often underestimated by a lot of people when it comes to benefits in being in a relationship, however, this is important. The reason why is because by connecting with the person you like, you could learn a lot more things. For example, when you learned more about your significant other, it opens your mind to another people’s lives and how they are as a person. This is an opportunity for you to be more knowledgeable and understanding towards another people’s perspective.

Good Cooperation

Like I mentioned at the beginning, it needs good cooperation to be able to maintain a strong and healthy relationship. It would help you to train how to face a problem and how to approach and resolve it with another person.

Healing Effect

We all understand that it is hard for a scar to heal, especially when it comes to mental scar or trauma. It is also not easy to ‘fix’ and most probably, such problems in some cases are impossible to be ‘fixed’. But when someone is in a relationship, moreover a well-maintained comfortable relationship, it is comforting for them to know that someone else is there for them. Even if it’s a small problem. Like for example; you got issues at work and felt frustrated, the presence of your partner could be relieving for you, even if it’s only for companionship.

Moral Support

This is one of the most important things in relationships. When dating someone you like and care for, it is almost natural for you and your partner to feel more contented in the term of mental health. Similar to what I mentioned before, the presence of your significant other could make you feel more relieved and satisfied, especially if physical affection is involved.


Final Note

Good Mental HealthFinally, this is the most important thing on the list. When you are in a relationship with good understanding and cooperation, it would definitely improve your overall well-being. Combined with excitement, happiness, and contentment you feel when being together with your significant other, things would seem easier and lighthearted. Even if you can’t avoid when a problem comes, with the overall wellness, it would be more likely for you to believe in yourself that you can solve it.…..The Our Nuts and Bolts Crew

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