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Scientific approach, or Signs of a happy couple


Good sleep, regular process of love, higher education and no SMS approx. And this is just the beginning of the list! Scientists have been watching happy couples for a long time, doing research and studying data to determine what is the key to the happiness of family life: between wife and husband. And what is she - a happy couple in the opinion of scientists.

No SMS and the official marriage does not play role

Last year, researchers at Brigham Young University found out that couples who apologize, quarrel, and solve problems through SMS are less happy than those who decide such things tête-à-tête or call each other. As a result of a survey of 5,000 respondents of different ages, (wife and husband), that was conducted by scientists at the Open University in 2014, it turned out that married couples who are happiness finder are happier than children or unmarried.

According to a study in 2012 in the Journal of Marriage and Family, married couples have a number of advantages over unmarried ones in terms of health. It does not play if you are wife and husband, you do need to be a spouse finder etc. In 2012, researchers at the University of Florida found that if all the “serious” conversations the couple had had at the beginning of the relationship between husband and wife, then in the long term, they have a higher degree of happiness in the relationship, someone is finder of happiness.
One of them - the first child in the family, the other was born the second.

Do housekeeping together and have similar traits

Those who divided household affairs are more satisfied with the relationship, according to the results of research conducted by the University of California at Los Angeles, conducted during 2001-2004. British Open University in 2014 interviewed 5,000 respondents, who was happiness finder there. It turned out that gay couples look more positively at their relationship. While heterosexual couples find less time for each other, they have less common interests and worse communication.

Couples (wife and husband) with the same character traits (artistic, ambitious, etc.) are more prone to happy relationships. The observation of the researcher, published in the New York Times, is interesting: “If your partner helps you to become better, your relationship will bring you more joy.”