A study by University of Virginia sociologists W. Bradford Wilcox and Steven L. Nock finds that the single most important factor in women’s marital happiness is the level of their husbands’ emotional engagement — not money, the division of household chores or other factors.
The study also finds that
women whose husbands earn the lion’s share of income, who don’t
work outside the home, or who share a strong commitment to lifelong marriage
with their husbands report the highest levels of marital happiness — in
sharp contrast to academic conventional wisdom, according to the authors.
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