The results of a new study published in the Journal of Happiness Studies revealed that married people have higher levels of happiness than non-married couples, and that these levels are significantly higher if the partner is your best friend.

The researchers behind this study were able to reach the results by collecting information from more than 30,000 people between 1991 and 2009.

Previous studies have found that it is associated with a higher level of satisfaction, compared to others.

The researchers explained that even after years of marriage, the level of happiness and satisfaction of married people was higher than that of others.

The researchers reported that there is a strange relationship between the level of satisfaction, happiness and age, which is as follows:

  • Before the age of twenty-five, the level of happiness and satisfaction is high.
  • Happiness and contentment decline in middle age
  • The level of happiness and satisfaction rises afterwards.

The researchers confirmed that this relationship was present among the married or the single, but it was clearer among the single.

The researchers explained that marriage can help reduce dissatisfaction in middle age.

The researchers added that friendship and marriage are both linked to satisfaction and happiness, and that marrying your best friend increases levels of happiness and satisfaction significantly and significantly.