If you’re in a relationship, there’s a good chance you cop a roasting from your partner on a regular basis.
Whether it’s for your habit of awkwardly wearing socks with sandals to the shops or your penchant for crying over cute dog videos on Facebook, everyone’s got a quirky habit for their partner to poke fun at.
But there’s good news.
It turns out roasting your partner is actually really, really good for your relationship.
According to research by psychologists at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, poking fun at each other’s quirks is the secret to a healthy relationship.
The study found that couples who maintain healthy levels of banter between each other are more likely to experience boosts of physical attraction towards each other as well as a better sex life.
In fact, participants in the study who were comfortable roasting and being roasted by their partner “tended to be satisfied with their relationship and felt more attracted to their partner.”
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