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24 August 2011

Couples who fight, will always fight

The amount of fighting and arguing in your marriage isn't likely to change much over the years, a new study suggests, but making decisions jointly could save your relationship.

The amount of fighting and arguing in your marriage isn't likely to change much over the years, a new study suggests.

The findings may be good news for the 16% of couples with low levels of conflict and even the 60% with moderate levels of conflict, but not for the 22% of couples who fight and argue a lot, the researchers said.

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