Research: Same-sex married couples cope better with stress
New data revealed that same-sex married couples cope with stress better than hetero couples.
When it comes to marriage, stress levels can differ between couples for reasons such as financial reasons, emotional attachments or lack of communication.
To better understand how same-sex and hetero partners cope with stressors, researchers from the University of Texas at Austin surveyed 419 couples on dual coping, which "conceptualizes the way couples cope with stress" (according to Frontiers).
As a result, the scientists found that same-sex married couples cope with stress in a more positive and collaborative way than hetero couples.
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