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In an unsurprising study, couples who smoke pot together have calmer relationships.
According to Newser, Researchers at the University of Buffalo looked at 634 couples over a nine-year period and concluded that “more frequent marijuana use (at least two to three times a month) predicts less frequent violence, and that even a husband who uses marijuana predicts less violence from the wife.”
The study did not, however, address whether conflict arose on the marijuana-smoking days and how resolutions of that conflict was impacted.
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