Is a Happy Wife Corresponding to a Happy Life? A new study has said that marital happiness is highly dependent on whether the woman is happy or not.
I think it was a very wise woman named Beyoncé who once said, “Who rules the world? The girls! ”And from all you can hear, she was right. Not only are we “running this month,” to use her words, but it seems that women are in charge of managing their relationships. That’s right, guys; if you believe that you have the upper hand in your marriage, then you must examine yourself before you destroy yourself because you are not very correct in your judgment.
A new study by researchers at Rutgers University found that marital happiness is heavily dependent on whether the woman is happy in the relationship or not.
When she’s unhappy, her husband is unhappy too, and pretty much the whole relationship is just the precipice. On the other hand, if the husband is unhappy, then, as I said, the relationship suffers much less. Yes, ladies, we rule our marriages with an iron fist.
The study of 394 couples has shown that not only does women’s satisfaction play a major role in the happiness or misery of a marriage, but that in general men tend to be happier than women in their relationships. But when it came to general life satisfaction, the way the wives felt about marriage directly contributed to whether or not their husband was happy.
The reason for this is that a happy wife is more willing to get by. As study author Deborah Carr explained, “If a woman is happy in her marriage, she will go out of her way to make her husband have a positive experience.
So maybe she listens to him more, she offers him more emotional support, or maybe she offers him more help with everyday activities ”. You know, the whole partnership thing that makes a happy relationship.
Also, when a woman is unhappy, she is much more likely to talk about it, even be “argumentative,” notes Carr, while a man “sits quietly and remains silent” and stews hostility while his wife, in some cases, maybe not even smart enough to have a problem at all. This was especially true of older couples from generations who were virtually unfamiliar with talking about your feelings.
What matters is communication. Only in communicating emotions, as painful as it is, can a marriage be truly successful.
It is sad to think that a person’s perception of marriage can have such a huge impact on them, but since that is the case, the married couples owe it to themselves to put all the cards on the table and not in openness to recoil.
Of course, there are no guarantees in life, and sometimes a lost marriage is doomed, but hopefully, if you let communication be part of the equation then hopefully you can hold out in the long run. Let the divorce be for the other guy.