New study finds that two thirds of romantic couples start out as friends
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July 12, 20212 min read, 482 words

New study finds that two thirds of romantic couples start out as friendsNew study finds that two thirds of romantic couples start out as friends

Published: July 12, 2021  |  2 min read, 482 words
A new study published today in Social Psychological and Personality Science finds that two thirds of romantic couples started out in a platonic relationship. This “friends-first” initiation of romance is often overlooked by researchers. Examining a sample of previous studies on ...
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Jul 12
This is a very interesting study and a well-written breakdown of the study's results. I'm not surprised at all by the results and it reminds me of previous studies that showed a high likelihood that you have already met your future romantic partner.
Jul 12
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