A new study from the Department of Sociology at Cornell University showed that men need time to stay with their friends and that it’s not just for their physical and mental health, it’s also time for their partners. the sharing of friends by socializing as a couple, the data analyzed by the National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project – a 2005 survey of 3,005 Americans aged 57 to 85, highlighted the importance of personal friends. And the benefits are not limited to their game of poker: according to the study, about a quarter of men live a “relationship between partners” and 92% more risk of erectile dysfunction in these men.
57-64 years have shown more than twice the probability of erectile dysfunction if they cited their wives or girlfriends as the main link with the people they call their mates. As the study points out, this “relationship between partners”, or social phenomenon where the woman in the relationship has more contact with the people she considers her confidants, can be toxic to her masculinity because “her autonomy relational, his privacy, and control are constrained. The solution seems simple: men must cultivate relationships with their own confidants.
“The important thing is that he can drop everything and know that what he says is not going back directly to his wife,” said University of Chicago professor Edward Laumann at the Daily Mail.YouBeauty Relationship Expert Dave Sbarra, Ph.D., points out that women do not seem to fall into the same trap of addiction as men because they generally tend to better maintain a network of friends separate from their spouses. a golf round or fight the Xbox with his friends, Sbarra suggests to the partners that “encouraging men to cultivate social relations is a good thing”. Especially in light of the data on the social and sexual repercussions, everyone should be able to say what he thinks of work, to politics, to the bummer who is the NBA Lockout¬ seriously, what do these guys think? We hope that Carmelo Anthony’s best friend knows it.