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Study: Gut Instincts Help Predict Marital Happiness

A study published in the journal Science found that the “gut” feelings newlyweds have for each other right after getting married are good predictors of future happiness, with couples experiencing underlying doubts about their partners less likely to stay together than those with positive subconscious feelings at the time. What do you think?

  • “Great, now I know how to interpret that sinking, this-is-the-worst-mistake-of-my-life feeling I had right after I got married.”

    Taryn West
    Paralegal
  • “Are brains good for anything anymore?”

    Michelle Cramer
    Stable Attendant
  • “For something as big as marriage, it’s best to let your wife make the decision.”

    Matthew Schiller
    Wood Grinder
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