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Mar 8, 2013 8:38PM
"The average age of participants was 18, but researchers expect the same results from older adults."  Why do they think this?  The brain isn't even done growing until you are about 25!
Mar 7, 2013 7:11PM

The Spanish words for boyfriend and girlfriend are novio and novia. No vio means didn't see, no via means wasn't seeing.  



Mar 7, 2013 6:27PM
No surprise here, I lost count of my delusions when I thought I was in love.
Mar 7, 2013 6:21PM
What a crock this is - if one of the spouses screws over the other one, it's not a matter of "forgetting" or having a "rosier" outlook on the relationship after time, it's learning your lessons about the other person so that you won't have to go through the same thing again. Just because someone screws up one time doesn't mean they won't do it again. It just means they will be more careful about getting caught the next time they do it.  Women are basically the same as men and act out the way they were brought up. If they were brought up in a distrusting home and they realized there was cause to believe the distrust was just, that person will take that as a lesson learned and keep it with them the rest of their lives. Thus, if a woman perceives that it is ok to have affairs as she pleases, she is most likely re-living what she learned while she was growing up. Marriage vows and loyalty won't be important, and her sense of values won't necessarily be based on what she claims to believe in religiously. It's a lot easier to stay out of a relationship than it is to get out of one, for multiple reasons, none of which are related to "love."
Mar 7, 2013 6:11PM
When it comes to trust, forgiving and forgetting, this is the way I have been all of my life with all of my family members.  Not just when in regard to relationships.  Actually, when it comes to relationships, I have done the same thing, but I consider the "negative" much more severe and I will quickly remember "all the bad" if additional negative instances occur. 

Not a great deal of educated study appears to support this article.

Mar 7, 2013 5:50PM
i had a brother-in-law tht was married 5 times, in my mind that qualified him as a tour guide in hell. Yes he had to be delusional, especially after the first one!
Mar 7, 2013 5:49PM

So that's how my husband I have lasted 30 years?  or maybe we have been so darned busy that we don't have time to remember much....probably better to focus on life in general rather than one person so that things good or bad don't get magnified out of porpotion in relation to that one person.  In other words, even if you are married or in a relationship,  you still need to have a life.

Mar 7, 2013 5:38PM
LOL! ..18 years old students...talking about trust...pointless and useless study...
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