A Bad Night’s Sleep Causes Fighting in Couples


lifestyle.ca.msn.comOne of the best pieces of marriage advice I heard before walking down the aisle was a nugget of wisdom that’s been circulating rooms of 12-step support meetings for years: before you open you’re mouth, consider whether you’re HALT (hungry, angry, lonely, or tired). In our house, the sleeplessness has been the biggest culprit toward needless bickering and fights. Now new research from UC Berkeley confirms that a bad night’s sleep contributes to fighting and hostility among couples. Continue reading …


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Therese Borchard
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