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Shock as Woman Reveals Sad Truth Behind Marriage to Her Male Best Friend

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marry a gay man because he's her "best friend" has gone viral on Reddit.In a post shared under the username Lost-Ad6537, the 20-year-old woman said her parents have had "these family friends since immigrating to America ages ago," and they have a 22-year-old son. "Both families had decided to marry us off to each other pretty much since my birth."The Redditor said: "He's my best friend, my soulmate, and my ride or die...we're honestly both so excited to do this."An August 2020 small study of 116 Bangladeshi women, published in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Psychology, found that regardless of marriage type (be it arranged or "couple-initiated"), women with "greater influence over their partner selection reported higher levels of intimacy, passion, commitment and positive marital quality."The study said: "Results suggest that influence over partner selection is a better predictor of these outcomes than marriage type, with marriage type offering little if any information beyond that provided by perceived influence."A 2012 small study of arranged and love-based marriages among 58 Indian Americans in the U.S.

was published in the peer-reviewed journal Psychological Reports. "Love, satisfaction, and commitment appear to be common outcomes in both arranged and free choice, love-based marriages," said Pamela Regan, one of the co-authors of the study, in a 2012 article for Psychology Today.Regan, who is a psychology professor at Cal State Los Angeles, said it's important to bear in mind that the marriages in this study "were contracted in the U.S.

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