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Invisibilia: We All Think We Know The People We Love. We're All Deluded

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When Did Marriage Become So Hard?

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Researchers aren't sure why strong relationships in adolescence seem to pay dividends later in life, but one hypothesis is that those bonds act as a buffer against depression and insults. Maria Fabrizio for NPR hide caption

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