We all know people have different selection standards when it comes to finding a partner. Some prefer tall people while there are others who don’t consider any specific traits a thing to be concerned about. However, a recent study has revealed the couples with biggest height differences have the best relationships and make perfect marriages. More specifically the short wives and tall husbands have the best marriages and their relationship are stronger than other couples.
It could be hard to believe but a new research found out that couples with biggest height differences make the happiest couples. It further added that taller husbands usually have the happiest wives.
The study also revealed that taller men tend to have happiest relationships in terms of sexual life. The study might be a bit discouraging for couples with normal heights but there is no need to consider it a universal law.
We learned from the study that the husbands have the biggest roles in making any relationship stronger. And when a girl has a taller husband, she tends to have a better life full of happiness.
“Although it has been known that women prefer tall men in mating for evolutionary reasons, no study has investigated whether a taller husband makes his wife happier. A greater height difference in a couple was positively related to the wife’s happiness,” Dr. Sohn explained in the journal Personality and Individual Differences.
People had an amazing reaction to this new study. As we know that the internet and the social networking sites provide all opportunities to speak your heart out. So there were seen many responses from the couples.
“Primal desire to propagate taller offspring is more powerful than we realize. Sorry short guys”- added one user. Another says, “That’s just great. Where am I going to find a three-foot-tall woman?”
“I’m 5’3 and my ex-husband is 6’4. I’m currently in a relationship with a man 5’7 and never been so happy in a relationship. It depends on the soul connection, not physical height.”
So guys what are your thoughts on this new research?