Are you always wondering if the problems in your relationship are the same problems that other people might be having in their relationship?
A new book is revealing the data collected from the world's most extensive survey on romantic relationships, polling over 100,000 people. The survey was conducted in 2011 using an online survey with help from The Huffington Post, Reader's Digest, AARP, iVillage and AOL.
One of the most surprising revelations in the book, The Normal Bar by Chrisanna Northrup, Pepper Schwartz, and James Witte, is that even in good relationships, trust is always a problem. Only 39% of women in the study completely trust their partners, compared with 53% of men. What's up with that?
You can read an excerpt and find out more about The Normal Bar on Huffington Post.com