8 TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE ACCORDING TO SCIENCE

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Several studies by researchers have sought to find the secret of having a successful marriage and below are some of the tips gotten from some of these studies.

1. According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Rochester, couples who celebrate good news together are more likely to experience a happy marriage. Don’t forget to celebrate every good news with your partner if you want a happy marriage.

2. A study by researchers in the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business found that couples with similar spending habits tend to have a successful marriage. According to the study author Scott Rick, “even though a spendthrift will have greater debt when married to another spendthrift than when married to a tightwad, the spendthrift is still less likely to argue about money with the other spendthrift.”

3. A study by Leslie L. Bachand and Sandra L. Caron which was titled “Ties that bund: A qualitative study of Long-term marriages” found that marriages between couples who are best friends last longer. So if you want your marriage to last, your partner should also be your friend.

4. Having an active s*x life will make you have a successful marriage. This is according to a study published in The Journal of S*x Research which found that couples who engage in frequent s*xual activity are more likely to have a happy marriage.

5.  Appreciating your partners efforts regularly is another secret to having a successful marriage. This is according to researchers from Arizona State University which found that couples who appreciate their partner for doing a chore tend to have successful marriages.

6. According to a study published in the Journal of Psychological Science, couples who maintain excitement in their marriage by going on dates, surprising one another frequently and looking for new activities to do together as a couple tend to have successful marriages.

7. According to a study published in the journal Psychology and Aging, couples who use couple-focused words such as “we”, “our” and “us” tend to have a successful marriage.

8. According to a study published in the journal Review of General Psychology, couples who make an effort to make their marriage last tend to have successful marriages. The researchers pointed out that when you make an effort to make your marriage work, you will care about the marriage and you will also resolve conflicts smoothly.

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