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Couples Who 'Game' Together, Stay Together

by Dr. Enozia Vakil on September 23, 2013 at 7:18 PM
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 Couples Who 'Game' Together, Stay Together

Couples who regularly play games together are much more likely to stay together for long, researchers claim.

Relationship counsellor, Rachel Sussman, said that when a couple participates in a hobby together, they feel more validated by one another, the New York Post reported.


According to Elyssa Cusimano, a film editor, video games essentially saved her long distance relationship, as they kept her and her boyfriend feeling connected, while being apart.

Source: ANI


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