Couple: at what time of the week do we argue the most?
Did you know that there is a day in the week when you are more prone to arguing with your partner? this according to a study carried out in the United Kingdom.
Life as a couple is not always a calm river. Being in a relationship involves ups and downs, and some arguments are inevitable. Tiredness, routine, stress or even the vagaries of everyday life can cause some friction in the couple, which can range from simple little fights to loud screams.
A UK study by Betterbathrooms.com conducted on a panel of 3,000 people found that couples are more likely to argue at a specific time of the week. And it seems that it is on Thursdays, between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. You must be wondering why on Thursday. Stress and fatigue for the week are at their peak on Thursdays at this time, according to the study.
The most frequent reasons for dispute
The study also found that, for most couples, the reasons for conflict are not really well founded. In fact, everything is subject to dispute: the socks and underwear were not collected the day before, the hair clogged the pipes, the choice of the movie or series, the dirty dishes, the toilet seat, the hairs from the last shave In the sink, the dirty cups lying around, the dresser drawers not closed. So many little details that can annoy and annoy your partner and thus push her to raise her voice or make a scene.
You are now warned. On Thursday between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., you will have to take a breath, if you want to reproach your partner, simply make an effort, not to provoke an argument.