How humour can change your relationship
Generally, humor is a great ice-breaker and social lubricant, but if there are stressful situations in a relationship, humor actually increases the chances of a break-up or divorce.
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A sense of humor is desirable in a relationship, as people, especially men seem more desirable if they are funny.
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