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relationships This Weekly Routine Is Statistically Proven to Save Your Relationship

22:07  12 september  2017
22:07  12 september  2017 Source:   readersdigest.ca

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  If You Call Your SO Your In the midst of a bar-hopping boozy weekend, a good guy friend of mine and I were discussing relationships over coffee as we nursed our hangovers with sleepy eyes and uneasy stomachs. In the midst of a bar-hopping boozy weekend, a good guy friend of mine and I were discussing relationships over coffee as we nursed our hangovers with sleepy eyes and uneasy stomachs. He was going on and on about a s--- night where he ended up being the listening ears for a drunk ex-girlfriend. Taking a breath only to sip on her vodka soda, she was nonstop complaining about her relationship and how she wanted out . . . FAST. Yikes.

Schedules can be hectic, and if you’re raising kids, you barely have enough time to sleep, let alone give your relationship plenty of extra love. But a new study from the University of Virginia has found that designating a slot of time each week for “date night” can work wonders for keeping a relationship

Couples can easily get stuck in a rut with their daily routines and forget to leave room for quality time together. Having date night is statistically proven to save your relationship , and it's a great way to get out the house and have some alone time

  This Weekly Routine Is Statistically Proven to Save Your Relationship © Shunevych Serhii

Keeping a relationship healthy is like walking a tightrope: it requires balance, years of practice, and is frequently performed in front of a large, carnival-attending crowd. Actually, scratch that last part.

Schedules can be hectic, and if you’re raising kids, you barely have enough time to sleep, let alone give your relationship plenty of extra love. But a new study from the University of Virginia has found that designating a slot of time each week for 'date night' can work wonders for keeping a relationship healthy.

Now, this might just seem like common knowledge. Date nights simulate a simpler time, back when you had a funny hairdo, a leather jacket, a mint condition Chevy El Camino, and no little ones running around. But the numbers back up the concept; couples who dedicated at least one time each week just to each other were 3.5 times more likely to report being 'very happy.' Need some inspiration? Check out these date night ideas that are way better than a Netflix binge.

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According to a recent survey, Millennials are statistically having less sex than young adults were 30 years ago. And when you add in the routine of being Sexual activity with a partner has been proven to beef up your immunity, fight stress, reduce pain and strengthen the connection of your relationship .

Statistically , Americans are in dire need of more physical activity; the average adult only exercises 17 minutes per day First, and most importantly, make sure your exercise routine is enjoyable (or at the very least, not overly stressful). Wrapping Up 5 Habits Scientifically Proven to Change Your Life.

The benefits expand beyond just happiness. The predicted probability of divorce dropped by 11 percent for husbands, and seven percent for wives when the couple allowed time for date night.  Couples were also 3.5 more likely to report above average sexual satisfaction (unlike young people), higher levels of communication, and 2.5 times stronger feelings of 'commitment' to the relationship.

The report was published as a part of the The National Marriage Project and surveyed over 1,600 married couples aged 18-55.

The numbers do also say that American couples are having less sex, so maybe go see a movie with your manacle sometime?

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