The study looked at 4,500 couples over several years and found that stress over finances topped the list of predictors of separation for both men and women.
Couples who argue about money may are seen as more likely to get a divorce than those who row over other matters including sex, children and the in-laws.
- Arguments are more intense, last longer, and take more time to get over
- Couples also use harsher language with each other
- Predicts divorce better than rows over sex, children and in-laws
Date: 22 July 2013
Writer: Katy Winter
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