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Feeling a little down about your relationships? According to a new study, watching tearjerkers are a great way to counteract with those relationship blues.
Researchers at at Ohio State University found that watching a tragedy movie caused people to think about their own close relationships, which in turn boosted their life happiness. They explain:
"Tragic stories often focus on themes of eternal love, and this leads viewers to think about their loved ones and count their blessings,"
So if you have a friend who feeling a little down about her love life, why not invite her and your other girlfriends to watch a sappy movie together? She'll thank you later.
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