Good news and bad news. The good news: If you get into lots of LOUD, EXPLOSIVE fights with your significant other, that might mean you’ll live a longer life. The bad news? Um . . . that just means more years of horrible fights?
According to a new study out of the University of Arizona, couples that have blow-out fights are the most likely to live longer.
The researchers say the key is that both of you have the same approach to handling your issues.
So if you have massive fights, that’s good. If you both just suppress your anger, that’s not QUITE as good, but it’s still pretty good.
But if one of you usually bottles it up and the other one usually explodes, that’s bad . . . because it adds stress to both of your lives, and increases both of your chances of dying sooner.