Couples who get drunk together have better relationships, study finds | Health News | Lifestyle | The Independent

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Married couples who have similar drinking habits tend to be happier than couples where only one partner drinks alcohol, researchers have suggested. Analysis of data for a nationally representative sample of heterosexual US couples over the age of 50 found that women in particular were more dissatisfied in their relationship when they, but not their husbands, were drinkers. Overall, couples had better marriages if both partners drank alcohol or if both partners abstained.

Source: Couples who get drunk together have better relationships, study finds | Health News | Lifestyle | The Independent