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These Facts About The Couple Proves That Its Successful

Postby shaiprajapati » January 12th, 2018, 12:21 pm

     
7. How You React Matters

Research Shows How Couples React To Each Other’s Good News Is Crucial In A Relationship.

In a study published in The Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology, researchers found that the way couples react to each other's good news - either with excitement, pride, or indifference is crucial in forming a strong bond. Here’s a breakdown that The New York Times did for this research:

“In the laboratory as in life, constructive support is generally better for a relationship than detachment, as many people have learned the hard way. Couples who lace their arguments with sarcasm and mean jabs, studies find, are usually headed for a split. But in their analysis of response styles, the researchers found that it was the partners' reactions to their loved ones' victories, small and large, that most strongly predicted the strength of the relationships. Four of the couples had broken up after two months, and the women in these pairs rated their partners' usual response to good news as particularly uninspiring.”

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These Facts About The Couple Proves That Its Successful

Postby shaiprajapati » January 12th, 2018, 12:20 pm

6. Time To Move Over Textationship

Studies Pinpointed That Couples Who Fight Over Text Have A Lower Relationship Quality.

We live in a modern world, and relationships happen over text messages and end over text messages too. But that’s exactly where the problem lies. According to this study reported in the Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, couples who used text messages to apologise or work out differences instead of having face to face conversations tended to report unhappiness.

The study also proved that using technology to connect in romantic relationships, affects attachment, relationship satisfaction, and even stability in young adults.

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