- A new study has found that couples who use pet names for each other are more likely to be satisfied in their relationship.
- Americans use nicknames for their partners more than Europeans.
- The study reinforces previous research which suggests using pet names is a sign of a strong relationship.
Whether a classic “baby” or more unique term of endearment, pet names are divisive. Some people think they’re sweet and fun, others maintain they’re childish and embarrassing.
However, it turns out that using pet names could be doing more than just making those around you cringe — couples who use affectionate names for each other are apparently more likely to have a strong relationship. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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