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A new study finds that  most couples' gut feelings about their marriage are good predictors of their relationship's longterm outcome. (Goxxy/Flickr)
A new study finds that  most couples' gut feelings about their marriage are good predictors of their relationship's longterm outcome. (Goxxy/Flickr)

This just out in the journal Science: your unconscious attitudes may be a better judge of how happy your marriage will be than your conscious mind.

In a study of more than 100 newlywed couples, researchers found that their “gut” feelings about each other — feelings they couldn’t or wouldn’t verbalize — were good predictors of how happy their marriage would be four years later.

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This segment aired on November 29, 2013.

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