Money can't buy a stable marriage, BYU study says

by | Oct. 14, 2011

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You can buy cars and houses, boats and vacations, jewelry and jets. But you can't buy a really good marriage.

And the more that material things matter to you, the poorer your marriage is likely to be, according to new research from BYU.

Couples who care less passionately about money and possessions tend to be happier, according to the study, published Thursday in the Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy.

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