Unexpected Study Finds: Women Are Happier When They Have Relationship With Less Attractive Men


It’s a story as old as time. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all that. In any case, here to crush your dreams of a lifelong romance that looks beyond small vanities and into the very depths of your spirit are a group of researchers who found ladies are more happy with less attractive men. Frustratingly, their research sort of giving confidence to the ridiculous thought of punching over your weight – on the grounds that there just aren’t enough phrases that equate romance to boxing.

Let us see what are they saying

A research by Florida State University has discovered that heterosexual relationships have a tendency to be more successful when the female is the more attractive one.

The Research

To complete the survey, the couples agreed to be evaluated on their attractiveness by boffins from Southern Methodist University and Florida State University and were given a poll to fill in, which explored their desire to stay fit and attractive.

They gathered information about the couples

The researcher examined 113 newlywed couples in their 20s, who live close Dallas and had been hitched under four months, hence rendering the discoveries totally unrepresentative of anybody not befitting that portrayal.

This is surprising!

The results said that having a physically attractive husband may have negative consequences for wives, particularly if those wives are not especially attractive. Let’s see why is so? Click on the next page to know.

What does study say?

Having an attractive husband might be helpful to identify women at risk of developing more extreme weight-loss behaviors, which have been linked to other forms of psychological distress, such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse and dissatisfaction with life.

Negative effects of having attractive husband

Worryingly, the study declared in the journal Body Image, found these ‘social factors’ negatively affected a lady’s dieting habits and ‘disorder eating’, advancing preexisting research done in the Meltzer lab.

Unhappy relationships

At the end of the day, ladies with less attractive spouses felt less need to diet from food constantly, which evidently made them significantly more happy in their relationship, reports Florida State University News.

Eating disorder

In reality, as we know it where up to 70 million individuals experience the eating disorders, as indicated by the US’ National Eating Disorder Association, these discoveries are especially terrifying. Click on the next page to know another shocking thing about the husbands in the world.

Husband is more committed when?

Interestingly, men’s dieting inspirations were not fundamentally connected with their own particular and their wife’s attractiveness. The husbands appeared to be more committed, more invested into satisfying their wives when they felt that they were getting a really good deal.

Ladies are vulnerable to the comparisons

While the two men and ladies are subjected to harming beauty ideals from all points in the appearance-driven 21st century, maybe the research indicates ladies are especially powerless against the real-life comparisons, and fears over ‘falling short of their partners’ expectations.

Reynolds made a suggestion as to how couples can combat those negative feelings:

One way to help these women is for partners to be very reaffirming, reminding them, ‘You’re beautiful. I love you at any weight or body type’. Or perhaps focusing on the ways they are a good romantic partner outside of attractiveness and emphasizing those strengths: ‘I really value you because you’re a kind, smart and supportive partner.’

Reynolds also included-

If we understand how women’s relationships affect their decision to diet and the social predictors for developing unhealthy eating behaviors then we will be better able to help them. So while it’s all ‘fun and games’ to say someone’s punching, not all is fair in love and war.

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