Spouse or Stranger?

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Spouse or Stranger?
According to Science Daily, a professor of psychology at Williams College put together an experiment

And hopefully by consciously focusing on a type of communication that leads to closeness as a couple, we'll have MUCH more in common with our partners than with strangers!

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