Study: Cheating Upsets Men and Women for Different Reasons

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A partner’s infidelity is enough to anger any man or woman, but according to a new study cheating upsets men and women for different reasons. 

“Relative to women, men are more distressed by sexual infidelity, and women are more upset over emotional infidelity, relative to men," said study author Barry X. Kuhle, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Scranton.

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Study: Men Threatened When Partner Interferes With Bromances

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While most people will agree that it’s a good idea to befriend a partner’s pals, there is such a thing as becoming too friendly. According to a new study, a woman who is closer to a man’s friends than he is risks emasculating her partner and harming the couple’s sex life.

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Are Young Trophy Wives Losing Their Luster?

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We’ve all heard of men who divorce one wife only to marry a woman who is ten, twenty, or even thirty years younger than their first. Donald Trump, Hugh Hefner, and Brad Pitt have all “traded younger,” so to speak. However, a recent spate of celebrity men who have done the opposite, “traded older,” has people like Forbe's Kiri Blakeley wondering if young trophy wives are beginning to lose their luster. 

So why are some celebrity men trading older?

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Does Passion Die After Three Years?

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Forget the seven-year itch. According to a new study, couples start growing bored with one another after just three years. Call it the "three year glitch."

The survey, which was commissioned by Warner Brothers to promote the release of Hall Pass in the UK (hmmmm), polled 2,000 men and women in steady relationships and found that 67% of respondents believe that the quirky habits that are often endearing at the beginning of a relationship start to become major issues around 36 months.

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Do Opposites Truly Attract?

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Which proverb do you believe? Opposites attract or birds of a feather flock together? According to the 2009 book, 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology, men and women are more likely to flock to someone with a similar personality than to someone totally different.

Opposites Don't Attract

Citing dozens of studies, the book’s authors report that men and women with similar personalities are more likely to be attracted to one another than to people with opposite personalities. They are also more likely to have happy, stable marriages. Not only that, but research suggests that opposites actually repel. 

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