Making fun of your partner could lead to marriage goals like Keith Urban & Nicole Kidman
Tim & Faith, Keith & Nicole, Garth & Trisha, Danny & Kimmy all have one thing in common a great marriage, when you talk to them about their spouses they all gush on how in love they are and what makes them stable and strong. Maybe it’s laughter, maybe is being there for one another in tough times and maybe just maybe it’s making fun of each other. According to a new study, if you want a stronger relationship, make fun of your partner.
Now, this is not for everybody but The University of Kansas’ Jeffrey Hall looked at the relationships of 15,000 people over the course of 30 years through 39 studies and found that humor together is the key to success. Of course, he’s referring to playful teasing, Hall says, “Playfulness between romantic partners is a crucial component in bonding and establishing relational security. Particularly shared laughter is an important indicator of romantic attraction between potential mates.”Hall does issue a warning that “Having an aggressive sense of humor is a bad sign for the relationship