Marriage makes a husband less extroverted and more conscientious while it makes a wife less anxious, neurotic and open, a study in the journal Developmental Psychology found. The researchers from University of Georgia found marriage also makes both partners less agreeable.
Marriage makes a husband less extroverted and more conscientious while it makes a wife less anxious, neurotic and open, a study in the journal Developmental Psychology found. The researchers from University of Georgia found marriage also makes both partners less agreeable. Creative Commons
Marriage makes a husband less extroverted and more conscientious while it makes a wife less anxious, neurotic and open, a study in the journal Developmental Psychology found. The researchers from University of Georgia found marriage also makes both partners less agreeable. Creative Commons

Does marriage make husbands or wives more grumpy? Yes, science says.

May 29, 2018 03:20 PM