Non-dating students exhibit better social, mental health
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December 2019New research from University of Georgia, published online in The Journal of School Health, found teens not involved in romantic relationships during middle and high school are perceived by their teachers as more socially adept.

Both students and teachers said the non-dating students were less likely to be depressed. Though the students did not rate themselves highly for social and leadership skills, teachers rated them significantly above their dating peers.

news.uga.edu, 9/6/19