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Stress in Romantic Relationships 1 Running head: STRESS IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS Stress in Romantic Relationships Kevin Chang Rutgers University
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Stress in Romantic Relationships 2 Abstract The focus for this literature review is to amass, evaluate, and articulate, through research, the substantially the proven effects that stress has on romantic relationships. Stress shows to have a direct causation on the health of members in a relationship, proving that any nonverbal, verbal, and support-based expression of affection predicts will reduce or raise a person’s stress hormones depending whether the expression is positive or negative. Additionally, physical affection can positively increase a person’s happiness with the relationship as whole in itself. Lastly, it has been discovered through empirical tests that sexual desire in a relationship positively correlates with marital satisfaction.
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Stress in Romantic Relationships 3 Stress in Romantic Relationships Romantic relationships, regardless of effort invested, age of participants, or generation
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