The hack to save your marriage: Eli Finkel

Posted on July 1, 2013



“The marriage hack has eliminated the downward trajectory of marriage dissatisfaction”

According to Eli Finkel, we’ve changed how we value our personal relationships: We’ve come to expect our spouses to fill roles traditionally left for platonic friends. And marriages may be suffering because of it, with surveys showing that average satisfaction declines consistently year after year. But that decline could be stopped. At TEDxUChicago, Finkel sheds light on an overwhelmingly simple step that couples can take to maybe save their relationships.


Category(s):Marital Counseling, Relationships & Marriage

Source material from TED


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