Love, Laughs, and Baby Talk: The Surprising Science of How Couples Communicate

So get this, friends: there’s a study out there claiming that married couples talk to each other like they do to babies or dogs. I mean, who knew our deep, meaningful conversations were just a hop, skip, and a baby-talk away from “goo goo ga ga” territory? Apparently, researchers found that when we chat with our partners, it’s all about those exaggerated facial expressions and cutesy tones. And don’t even get me started on how we talk to our furry friends – it’s like we’re auditioning for a doggy talent show! The study author suggests it’s all about emotional bonding, but let’s be real, sometimes I wish my partner would talk to me as sweetly as they do to our pup. Maybe I should start wagging my tail to get noticed.

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