New Survey Exposes Couples' Nastiest Nagging Habits And The Impact On Their Sex Lives
NEW YORK, Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A survey by YourTango.com--the digital leader in love and relationships--reveals the pervasiveness of one of couples' worst habits: nagging, along with other communication challenges. More than half of respondents consider nagging a problem in their relationships. For 60% of men and 44% of women, it leads to less frequent and less satisfying sex. Moreover, a mere 15% of respondents claim to be good at resolving conflicts as a couple.
In light of nagging's prevalence and the conflict resolution challenges most couples face, today YourTango is launching "Nag-Free Week"--a seven-day event running through November 18 that encourages readers to stop nagging and communicate more constructively.
"We timed this initiative to facilitate better communication before the holiday stress kicks in," says Andrea Miller, YourTango CEO. "We hope all couples will attempt to go nag-free for the week--at least!"
What do respondents nag each other about most? The #1 object of nagging is attention-related, i.e. "give me more attention!" Housework is cited as #2, with "picking up his/her own things" (think errant socks and wet towels) clocking in as #3.
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