If you were granted three wishes for your ideal romantic partner, what would be the best way to spend those wishes for a love story that ends happily ever after? Relationship researchers find that most singles squander their wishes on superficial characteristics such as wealth and good looks, which prevents them from focusing on the traits that would actually improve their odds of finding enduring love.

The Science of Happily Ever After is an in-depth look at the bad choices we make and why we are prone to make them, and how three simple wishes can significantly increase our chances for living happily ever after.

Illustrated using entertaining stories based on real-life situations, I’ve integrated a diverse range of scientific findings from fields such as demography, sociology, medical science, and psychology into an accessible framework to help singles choose better partners. 

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