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Want To Keep Your Marriage Strong? Check Out These Five Science-Backed Tips

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There's no perfect formula for a happy relationship, but science has gotten pretty close. According to Business Insider, psychologists have found that successful relationships have a lot in common. For instance, studies have shown that the happiest couples have sex once a week, and enthusiastically support each other in their endeavors. And how couples start tough conversations can determine the success of their relationships.

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