Complain more! It's the secret to a happy relationship
Most couples want to know the secret to a long and healthy relationship. Some say it's communication and some say it's sex. But, researchers are saying the trick is good, old fashion complaining.
Dr. Hannah Fry spoke at the Cheltenham Science Festival this week and said that couples with a low negativity threshold tended to thrive.
You're probably wondering what that actually means for your relationship. When your partner is driving you crazy and you let it roll of your back, you're showing a high negativity threshold. If you're more like me and can't bite your tongue, you're exhibiting a low negativity threshold.
In her book 'The Mathematics of Love', Dr. Fry uses an equation to explain how couples who speak up rather than bottle things up tend to be more successful. I've never felt so vindicated for nagging, you're welcome husband.
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