UVa. Researchers Look at Factors for Good Marriage

Aug. 20, 2014

Findings from a new study from the University of Virginia on marriage might surprise you.

The study finds past experience when it comes to love, sex and children can actually negatively impact the quality of your marriage.

Researchers say this might be because more experience means you’re more aware of alternative options and marriage usually means leaving all those options behind.

When it comes to the big day, the study found the more people you invite to your wedding, the more likely you'll be happily married down the road.

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