Fox News Reported:
"The Science of Happily Ever After," 9 out of 10 Americans believe they have a soul mate, but only 3 out of 10 Americans actually find an enduring partnership that doesn't end in separation, unhappiness or divorce. What are we doing wrong? If we believe in a soul mate, then why aren't more of us happy finding one?
Here are the top 4 steps to living happily ever after:
It's important to find someone who is agreeable. According to the book you lose the ability to like your partner 3% each year and lust declines at a rate of 8% each year. Agreeable partnes make better bed fellows according to some studies, leading to a decreased likelihood to chear.
Knowing your needs and how to manage anger, disappointment, and family expectations is very important.
#3. Conflict Resolving Skills
Conflict will occur, but how to manage it is the most important. Great relationships learn how to resolve conflict and communicate effectively.
#4. A Similar Vision and World View
A common vision and goals are essential to work towards a common goal or vision. A common vision helps you bond together with a person and creates an ease when interacting with another person.
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