Everyone knows that young people are not in a hurry these days to start a family, they place their careers in the first place and starting a family nearly at the last place. Psychologists believe that these late marriages are a bad influence on the health of the couple and their future children.
Specialists from Penn State University (USA), in particular, believe that when a family is started early (at age 18 years to 25 years), it has a positive influence on the psychological health of the married couple compared with couples involved in late marriages.
This conclusion was drawn from a study they conducted. 8000 young families participated in the study. By observing these couples, scientists realized that early marriage helps improve parent-child relationships, children in these families develop earlier and have a higher intelligence. In addition, doctors believe that children born into these families are likely to behave more responsibly, and they are also protected from depression.
The couple also enjoys early marriage – living together will help the couple to become more independent and get better sense of responsibility. Work and study probably help as well. In addition, honeymooners, unlike their peers, seem to be in better shape and more resistant to emotional stress.