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