Two peas cannot Grow into one pod over time.
It makes a lot of logical sense that the more time you spend with someone, the more alike you become, right? Wrong. Researchers from MSU (Michigan State University) have studied married couples to see how much more alike they had become from when they had first met and wed, and the results may surprise you. According to the researchers at MSU, couples do not become increasingly similar with time. They claim that this may be due to the fact that when they decide upon marriage they had already had similar characteristics. However, one of the researchers complains that although this may be the case, that does not necessarily mean that you will have a better relationship with your partner granted you are similar in nature.
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