When it comes to romantic gestures, doing the dishes or bringing your partner a cup of tea may trump a dozen red roses, researchers say.
Researchers from The Open University in the UK have announced findings of a two-year study involving more than 4,000 British adults on how couples feel about their relationship, and how they work to keep it together.
Feeling appreciated was one key way that made couples feel loved, through acts such as bringing cups of tea or taking out the garbage, or simply saying "thank you." Top irritations include snoring, noisy eating, and stacking the dishwasher badly.
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