Gotta Have Faith & Sperm Zapper & Going steady

GOTTA HAVE FAITH
Simply believing that your guy is making an effort can enhance your

GOTTA HAVE FAITH
relationship. Researchers from Northwestern University asked couples if their mates were trying to be more patient and understanding.
Three months later, the people who had expressed faith in their partner’s self-improvement,attempts were more satisfied with each other than those who had felt hopeless about their honeys.
Sperm Zapper
Ladies, rejoice! A new form of male contraception is being put to the test(es).
Scientists delivered two painless, 15-minute ultrasound “zaps” to the scrotums
of rats and found that the animals’ sperm counts dropped dramatically.
Further studies are needed to determine its safety and how long the effects last, but researchers believe the method might be an appealing male contraceptive that could be
a future alternative to a vasectomy or condoms.

5-httlpr
 \ fahyv-eych-tee-tee-el-pee-ahr \ n. A serotonin transporter
gene that affects how long you hold on to emotions. People with one gene variant tend to stay angry, sad, or happy longer than those with the other. So biology can take part of the blame for how you react to your guy.
Source: Emotion

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AMONG PEOPLE WHO DIED DURING SEX, THIS PERCENTAGE REPRESENTS
THOSE WHO WERE CHEATING AT THE TIME. THE MAJORITY OF THE DEAD PHILANDERERS WERE MEN. KARMA REALLY IS A BITCH.
Source: American Heart Association autopsy report

GOING STEADY 
GOING STEADY When the going gets rough, it may be better to tough it out with your S.O. than to take a break. A recent study found that couples in stable relationships are happier than their more
intermittent counterparts who flip-flop. Couples who break up and then reunite tend to be more rash about major relationship transitions, like shacking up together, getting a pet, or having a child.
These results suggest that they are less satisfied with their partner, have worse communication, and are less certain about their future together, according to study author Amber Vennum, Ph.D., an assistant professor of family studies and human
services at Kansas State University. So if you’re stuck in an on-again, off-again relationship, it may be time to kick him to the curb—permanently

All Fitness 

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