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Both men and women crave affection from their partners

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What if you lived in a world where men were more romantic than women, where guys were just dying to talk about their feelings, where men were the ones who craved affection from their spouses and partners? Actually, there’s good evidence that you do. Oakland University sociology professor Terri Orbuch, who has been studying the same 373 married couples for more than 25 years, has looked at the impact of “affective affirmation” — the words ...


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