Women prefer to be right than happy: Experts

Melbourne, December 19 : Researchers have revealed that it might be important for women to be right than be happy, in a relationship.

Researchers from Auckland, New Zealand, who were checking if pride and stubbornness get in the way of good mental health, observed that many patients and couples lead unnecessarily stressful lives by wanting to be right rather than happy, News.com.au reported.

The researchers found that being right is a cause of happiness, and agreeing with what one disagrees with, is a cause of unhappiness.

It was also found that the availability of unbridled power adversely affects the quality of life of those on the receiving end.

--ANI (Posted on 19-12-2013)

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