MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a University of Minnesota study finds that absence may not make the heart grow fonder.
Researchers found that married couples are happier and more fulfilled when they spend time together.READ MORE: What To Do When Severe Weather Strikes While Boating
They discovered that married couples are nearly twice as happy when they are with their spouse.READ MORE: Feds Investigating Hepatitis A Outbreak Linked To Organic Strawberries; Cases Reported In Minnesota
Activities also mean more and are less stressful.MORE NEWS: Witt Jr. Hits 3 Doubles, Ups Extra-Base Count, KC Tops Twins, 7-3
Not surprisingly, though, parents tend to spend less time together — especially those with kids under 12.