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Study Says Couples Who Argue a Lot Are More Likely to Stay Together


You know what they say! The couple who fights together stays together. OK, that may not be the actual saying, but that's what the experts have found in their research. Obviously, there are different types of fighting, and it's the "good" kind that helps couples iron out disagreements and keep communicating effectively.

You don't want to be at each other's throats 24 / 7. That's not healthy. But it seems from this survey that couples who have small, controlled arguments on a consistent basis are more likely to stay together than those couples who seem to get along all the time.