Be A Hope­ful Ro­man­tic

Women's Health (South Africa) - - SKIN DISCUSS! -

Love a rom­com? Turns out, it could help your love life. Be­ing ide­al­is­tic gives greater feel­ings of re­la­tion­ship sat­is­fac­tion and com­mit­ment, a study in the Jour­nal of So­cial and Per­sonal Re­la­tion­ships found, as ro­man­tics are likely to think their part­ners are per­fect. So set­tle down with one of these clas­sics – just don’t take any life ad­vice from them:

Dirty Danc­ing (1987) Spoilt rich girl takes money from fa­ther to try to win bad­boy dream­boat.

Ti­tanic (1997) Woman kills her boyfriend by not let­ting him on her over­sized plank.

Break­fast At Tif­fany’s (1961) Woman spends money on de­signer gowns but none on fur­nish­ing her apart­ment, buy­ing gro­ceries or pay­ing bills.

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