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Not Doing This Led 53 Percent of Couples to Divorce, Study Says

Best Life Logo By Sarah Crow of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: Maintaining a long-term relationship—and keeping both yourself and your partner happy—is no easy feat. Whether you disagree about your savings goals, have opposite tastes in movies, or simply can't agree on who should unload the dishwasher, even the most solid couples have their differences. Unfortunately, in some cases, those relationship peccadilloes become insurmountable issues over time. In fact, according to one study, the absence of one specific factor among married couples—and nothing having to do with their activities in the bedroom—led more than half of them to divorce. Read on to discover what could be putting your union at risk.RELATED: Doing This Together Led 20 Percent of Couples to Divorce in New Survey.Read the original article on Best Life.

Not Doing This Led 53 Percent of Couples to Divorce, Study Says

Maintaining a long-term relationship—and keeping both yourself and your partner happy—is no easy feat. Whether you disagree about your savings goals, have opposite tastes in movies, or simply can't agree on who should unload the dishwasher, even the most solid couples have their differences. Unfortunately, in some cases, those relationship peccadilloes become insurmountable issues over time. In fact, according to one study, the absence of one specific factor among married couples—and nothing having to do with their activities in the bedroom—led more than half of them to divorce. Read on to discover what could be putting your union at risk.

RELATED: Doing This Together Led 20 Percent of Couples to Divorce in New Survey.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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