68% of People Would Consider Breaking Up with a Significant Other . . . If They Forgot an Anniversary?

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Chattanooga, Tennessee—(Wise Brother)

People take anniversaries VERY seriously.  Or at least ONE PERSON in every relationship takes them very seriously.

In a new survey, 82% of people admit they have forgotten their anniversary at some point in a relationship.  But most of that happens to couples who are still dating, as opposed to those who are married.

And 68% of those surveyed say they’d consider temporarily OR permanently breaking up with a significant other if they forgot a major relationship milestone.

(If that seems intense, this is a good time to mention that the survey was conducted by Dating.com . . . so it’s possible that they’ve already acted on it, and that’s why they’re single again.)  (???)

Not surprisingly, more than 80% of those who admit to forgetting are MEN.

And it isn’t just anniversaries.  43% of people have forgotten their partner’s birthday before . . . and 37% forgot to plan for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day.

(PR Newswire)

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