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Men Who Marry Chubby Women are 10 Times Happier (Says Science!)

Ladies with curves have been getting more and more recognition here lately. This is with good reason.

One study recently conducted by the department of Psychology at UNAM has discovered that men who are dating/married to chubby women are happier than those who are with skinny women. Ten times happier to be exact. It was found that men are able to smile more when they have chubby partners and are even better when it comes to solving problems.

Of course, not everyone is interested in chubby women and we all have our own preferences but it is great to know that things like this study exist. Based on the findings of Dr. Filemon Alvardo and Dr. Edgardo Morales thin women tend to be more reserved and overall less friendly than chubby girls.

So, if you have a little extra pudge it is nothing to worry about. You may be exactly where you need to be in life. Love yourself for who you are big or small we are all beautiful! Now, just because you are not chubby does not mean that you cannot keep your man happy. It just means that chubby women are just as capable of keeping their men happy as a skinny woman is. We should not discriminate against one another. Fat, skinny, tall, short, black, white, orange, we are all capable of being the best person for our significant other.

This study much like others is a way to let us know we are all able to do something for someone else that we didn’t quite think we could.


On – 08 Jun, 2017 By Silvi

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