Watching romcoms could save your marriage
When your other half constantly vetoes your film choices in favour of some toe-curling noughties Matthew McConaughey vehicle, you can find yourself questioning your relationship. But according to a study published in theJournal of Consulting and Clinical Psychologyit might be worth givingFailure to Launcha chance. Honestly.
Research involving 174 couples found that watching and discussing five movies about relationships over a month halved divorce rates in the first three years of marriage. In fact, upping your Sandra Bullock intake proved as effective a split-stopper as intensive therapist-led efforts, for the price of a Netflix subscription and some popcorn.
We thought movie treatment would help, but not nearly as much as these other programmes, says lead author Dr Ronald Rogge from the University of Rochester.
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