Study: Teens Who Don't Date are Less Likely to be Depressed

"Adolescents who were not in a romantic relationship had good social skills and low depression, and fared better or equal to peers who dated.

These results refute the notion that non‐daters are maladjusted.

Health promotion interventions in schools should include non‐dating as one option of healthy development."

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