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Single or married? Either way, you're probably satisfied with it: study

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Single or in a relationship? If you don't see your relationship status changing anytime soon, chances are you view your way of life as ideal, maybe even "best for everyone," according to a new study. 

Whether you’re single or married, happy or unhappy, most people are positively biased toward their current relationship status, a new study says.

What that boils down to, researchers say, is married couples feeling sad for their lonely single friends, while singles in turn pity their coupled friends' loss of freedom.

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