A university in Edinburgh has claimed that romantic comedies may give out the message of a perfect relationship, thus setting your expectations too high. You can read the article here. At the same time, this reminds me of other people saying that pornography is bad for relationships because the people see this as the “perfect” sexual encounter, thus setting the expectations too high as well. Take it for what you will.
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