Study Finds 10 Relationship 'Passion Killers'

There comes a point in many relationships when your partner's most endearing qualities — those extra love handles you used to love to squeeze, that snore that used to make you giggle even when it kept you up at night — become the most annoying qualities. Traditionally this realization that your partner is not all that you had envisioned him to be starts to creep in at seven years, but a new study commissioned by Warner Brothers revealed that our current high-strung, career-oriented society is speeding things up a bit. The study cited three years as the new point when relationships begin to get strained... Here's what you had to say: Kimberly commented via Facebook: "Momma's boys and mother-in-laws do it every time." Michelle wrote via Facebook: "The people we love must feel like they are a definite priority. They should never have to question that."


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