Includes research on the secrets partners keep from each other, signs of healthy marriages and what children to relationships.
Almost 90 percent of people keep small, mundane secrets from their partners, it turns out.
This is just one of the most fascinating insights from recent psychology studies on relationships covered here on PsyBlog.
The researchers conclude that these little secrets may even benefit relationships in certain ways.
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