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While the royal family is celebrating a happy time, fights are pretty common among long-term couples.

However, experts say there is good and bad news when it comes to fighting with your spouse.

If you’re arguing about the kids, the bedroom or the in-laws, experts say those are normal arguments that don’t really have any long-term effects on the marriage.

According to a new study, if you are arguing over money, you may be heading for divorce.

Experts say it is especially a bad sign if you are a newlywed and already fighting about finances.

The study found that no matter how much money a couple makes, couples use harsher language when talking about the checkbook and it takes them longer to recover from a fight.

Researchers say it is important to see a financial planner if the main argument in your marriage involves money.

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