Thursday, October 31, 2013
A Social Life?
Getting to know someone creates new opportunities. The ability to be able to get work or get help from something also increases. I believe having a social life is a necessity, but not a priority. Of course, spending time with friends is different then sitting down and studying, but having a social life also has other psychological benefits. By being able to spend time out of the house with people who you enjoy helps relieve stress; it gives the brain a break. We shouldn't have a social event every hour, but perhaps at least once a week. Spending time with friends and strengthening relationships is not nonsense, but it does come second to school work.