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From Cricketing to Serendipidating -- New 'Dating Slang' We Just Learned About

Ghosting. Stashing. Breadcrumbing. Every year we’re inundated with weird terms that describe how wonderful (or miserable) dating in the modern age can be. Well, we’ve got a bunch of NEW dating for you to start using in 2018. Here are three new ones that we just learned about: 3. Cricketing This is...
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Today (February 6) Is the Most Popular Day for Breakups!

If you're in a relationship, consider yourself warned about today. It is Red Tuesday . Red Tuesday, according to experts, marks the most common day of the year for a breakup., according to a survey from Illicit Encounters . The "holiday" falls about a week before Valentine's Day. Red Tuesday falls...
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Couples That Texts Together Stay Together

For all the negativity given towards texts, some news that couples whose message habits are similar tend to be more content with their relationship. The couple that texts together stays together. Couples who send similar numbers of texts to each other during the day are more satisfied than those...
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Internet Dating Leading To Stronger Marriages

The internet is where many hook-ups begin, but it turns out it's also where many marriages begin. A new study from economics professors in England and Austria reveals more than one-third of marriages these days begin online. With the birth of Apple's iPhone in 2007, dating apps became ridiculously...
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Good Credit Score Ranks Higher Than Looks and Humor For Daters

When looking for love we generally seek out someone with a good sense of humor, looks, job and a high credit score. A recent Tinder survey of 2,000 daters found 2/3 of people say financial stability is more important than humor, looks, ambition, courage and modesty. Apparently a good credit score...
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Honesty Ranks As Top Sign Of A Healthy Relationship

What makes a healthy relationship? Honesty would be at the top of the list and according to a study, 60% of couples agreed that one of the most popular indicators of a healthy relationship is being honest about your bathroom habits, including passing gas. It also found a fifth of Americans admit to...
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Brand Loyalty Is A Bigger Factor In A Relationship Than Once Thought

Coke or Pepsi. Choose wisely if you want to stay in your loving relationship. A new study suggests preferring different brands can affect how happy you are in your relationship. It found that partners who had low power in their relationships, those who don't feel they can influence their partner's...
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The Height of Your Spouse Could Be the Key to a Good Marriage

Your height could be killing your marriage. A new study is saying something as simple as you and your spouse's height may play a large part in if your marriage will be a happy one. The study, which was published in Personality and Individual Differences confirms that women with taller husbands are...
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