Good Looking People Find Relationships Harder, Says Study

Research has linked people with superior looks to a "grass-is-greener" attitude.

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Do you absolutely suck at relationships? Have you ever wanted an excuse for it? Well, if you consider yourself hot, you might just have one.

Good looking people are more likely to find relationships harder, according to a new study.

As Esquire reports, according to research conducted by Harvard University, hot people are more likely to be unsatisfied in a relationship, have a "grass-is-greener" mentality, and ultimately are more prone to cheating.

Director of the study, Christine Ma-Kellams, told Broadly: "Attractiveness gives you more options in terms of relationship alternatives, which might make it harder to protect a relationship from outside threats. In this sense, having too many other choices is likely not beneficial for relationship longevity."

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