Love Me, Love Me Not
A Study on the Impact of Romantic Relationships on College Students
Keywords:Romantic Relationships, College Students, Academic Status, Social Status, Mental Health
This study is an exploration of participantsâ€™ romantic relationship status and how it impacts daily functions such as mental health, social status, and academic status. This study also reported on hook-up participation and sexual satisfaction. There was a significant positive correlation found between social status and mental health â€“ participants who had more platonic relationships had significantly better mental health. There was no significant difference found in terms of gender, relationship type, sexuality, or age. These were all compared by mental status, social status, overall relationship quality, sexual satisfaction, and hook-up culture participation. This study has an emphasis on undergraduate studentsâ€™ lives.