Generosity with spouse key to why married parents happier than others, study says

Couples who value each other first and show it abundantly are more happily married than others, according to new research from the the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia.

In fact, generosity ranked just behind sexual satisfaction and commitment as a predictor of a happy marriage. A positive attitude toward raising kids came in fourth. For the last of the top 5, men valued spirituality within a marriage, while women valued a strong network of social support from friends and family.

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