Is Marriage Really a Compromise?

Never compromise on a good night's sleep: getting more of it 'could help you lose weight'.

(Telegraph) Married couples ‘take it in turns’ to win arguments

Husbands and wives take it in turns to win arguments while unmarried couples do not, a novel experiment has found.

Rather than always battling it out to be the one who prevails, married couples tend to back down after they have won a previous argument.

Economists looking at the issue drew their conclusions from a study of 82 couples, who were asked about their preferences for two outings.

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