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SPRING HOUSE, PA - APRIL 14: Bob Johnson (L), and Kathy Johnson hold hands as they listen to a lecture by James McGlynn, not shown, during a Practical Skills for Extraordinary Relationships class, or PAIRS, April 14, 2004 in Spring House, Pennsylvania. U.S. President George W. Bush's proposed Healthy Marriage Initiative would provide at least $1.5 billion for training to help couples develop interpersonal skills that sustain healthy marriages. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

Arguing Good For Couples – A new study by the University of Tennessee at Knoxville reveals that couples, who argue are

more likely to have a good relationship than couples, who don’t argue on a regular basis.  Researcher Amy Rauer tells the Daily Mail, ”Happy couples tend to take a solution oriented approach, and this is clear even in the topics that they choose to discuss. If couples feel they can work together to resolve their issues, it may give them the confidence to move on to tackling the more difficult issues. Being able to successfully differentiate between issues that need to be resolved versus those that can be laid aside for now may be one of the keys to a long-lasting, happy relationship.”