The longer the relationship, the deeper your ‘interconnected memory.’
It’s called “collaborative remembering,” and it deepens the longer a relationship lasts. As couples grow older they even begin to rely on each other to fill in personal memories, instead of just ones they shared. Oh yeah, and the more intimate the couples are, the more interconnected their memory systems become. Bow-chicka-bow-wow!
Cool, huh? I guess that whole “two shall become one” thing goes deeper than we realized.
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