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Could not dating as a teen lead to lower incidents of depression?
The Doctors discuss a study from the University of Georgia that found teens who do not date tended to have better social skills and were less depressed when compared to other teens who were actively dating.
The study also found that "late bloomers" tended to be more well-liked by their peers and had better leadership skills.
Dr. Travis Stork and Dr. Judy Ho, both of whom said they did not date much as a teen, note you have your whole life to date and that dating can lead to stress.