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Many BYU students have seen it over and over again: a roommate or best friend gets married and the couple seems to disappear.
They are entirely devoted to each other. She cited a study by sociologists Naomi Gerstel and Natalia Sarkisian that found married people are 40 percent less likely to socialize with friends than those who are not married. Married people are also less likely to offer emotional support to friends and neighbors.
But that is also how couples can become isolated as they close off support systems they once had, according to Flake. Jonathan said he has seen the benefits of couples having good, appropriate relationships outside marriage.
They admitted that it is important to maintain old friendships and communicate those expectations even though it is easier to just hang out with each other. Now several years and five children later, Flake and his wife have mastered what he said newlyweds should learn at the beginning of their marriages. The Daily Universe. Healthy Living Life Local. They are one of many newlywed couples who have seen the importance of maintaining outside friendships. Ashley Morgan and her husband Scott spend time with their friends by going snowboarding.
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Sociologists say married people need friends too