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Love is a many-faceted thing: Regular churchgoers and married people most satisfied with their love life

Scientists found that a combination of factors such as age, religious involvement, marital status and love style (e.g. manipulative or playful), influence a person's love satisfaction. While education does not impact a person?s love life satisfaction, religious involvement does.
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