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New Survey Shows Correlation Between Texting and Happiness

The survey showed texting about heavier topics had an impact on relationship stability.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – A new study released by the Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy shows the greater connectivity between partners does not always mean a happier relationship.

Researchers surveyed 276 young adults in committed relationships and found that affectionate texts enhanced relationships. Consequently, texting heavier stuff like relationship problems was more negatively associated with relationship satisfaction and stability.

The amount of texts sent between partners matters as well. Men who sent and received a large number of texts were less satisfied with their relationship while women were more satisfied with their relationship.
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