I've been told that married men are more likely to be sucessful and live longer than single men, which I think is stupid. I have an uncle who hasn't been in a relationship with a woman for nearly 30 years and he's doing very well physically and emotionally. He's a football coach who still stays in shape for the sake of his players.
I think this whole "married men are more likely to be successful and live longer" is bullshit because it seems to be another gender hate-baiting because it implies that men need women more than women need men to live a good life. It's stupid. I mean it's not to say that I'd never want any intervention or company from women (who I love to spend time with because I WANT to, not because I need to), I just feel like me and my uncle are the only men on this planet who's very happy with their life regardless of being in a relationship with a woman or not.
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I think it ONLY applies if he dwelled on his own loneliness, depression, and wallow in despair. Wasting all his time and money on things that are absolutely unhealthy and harmful such as drugs, alcohol, street hookers, gambling all his money away, etc. just to cope and deal with all the despair and unhappiness he is feeling.
Because that greatly increases the chance of a single guy or even anybody going completely broke and homeless permanently with little to no chance of recovery and increases their chances of dying miserably.1