If you’ve been following my blog (and I know you have, Fellow Traveler), you know I’ve been listing the ways travel benefits you. We had physical health, and then mental health, and I even wrote a post on how your travel benefits others’ livelihoods.
So now we’re going to talk about three ways travel benefits your relationships. I don’t just mean your romantic relationships (though we will be talking about that, too); I mean all relationships.
Travel Improves Your Family Relationships
Travel is a bonding experience. You travel with your small group (in this scenario, your family), and you all share the unique experiences of your trip. You’re all sharing in the ups & downs. If your plane has ever been delayed, you certainly know the annoyed camaraderie you & the other passengers immediately participate in.
That’s why, even if your trip doesn’t go the way you expected, this statistic should come as no surprise: