National Survey Reveals While Moving is Stressful, Housewarming Gifts Help
PRWeb (May 2014) – Almost 1/2 of respondents report fighting, money problems and decreased intimacy. 1/3 admit to secretly tossing their partner's stuff.
In today’s world, a move to a new home may damage more than your personal belongings. A new, national survey reveals moving also scars personal relationships as couples fight over why they moved and where they moved while struggling with money problems and decreased intimacy. And talk about relationship revenge in a move. Nearly 1 in 3 survey respondents admitted to “accidentally losing” a significant other’s prized possession or purposefully tossing it in the Goodwill bag.
The survey was just released for May’s National Moving Month, the start of the busiest moving time of the year. More than 40 million Americans are expected to relocate this year and most will make their move during summer months when the weather is favorable and kids are out of school.
Continue reading here to find out what the national survey of more than 300 men and women who have moved in the past five years reveals.
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