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Researchers from the University of Hertfordshire surveyed 1,000 people and found that 94% of couples who touch while sleeping said they were happy, while only 68% of couples who didn’t touch while asleep expressed equal satisfaction within their relationship. If couples don't touch, they should at least try to keep things close. According to the finding published in Time magazine, "of the 12% of couples who slept with less than an inch separation from their partner, 86% of them said they were happy. For couples who slept more than 30 inches apart (a mere 2%), only 66% said they were happy." Yes, just 2% is a small sample size, but interesting nonetheless. So if you're feeling distant from your spouse, maybe you really are! Try scooching a little closer the next time you crawl into bed. 

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