|Appreciation is evident here!|
Two words that can go a long way me are a simple, heartfelt “thank you.” (Yes, those magic words are very powerful.)
According to a 2007 study, researchers from Arizona State University asked married partners and student roommates whether they appreciated the chores done by the other person. While most said they felt gratitude, many hadn't relayed these feelings to their partners, assuming "he or she just knows."
Results also showed individuals who felt appreciated by their partners had less resentment over any imbalance in labor and more satisfaction with their relationships than other study participants did.
Thank you Jeanna Bryner, LiveScience Managing Editor, for the study information on the words "Thank You."
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