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Marital satisfaction is a special case of relationship satisfaction, and is the degree to which partners in marriages assess their approval of different aspects of their marital relations.

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Assessment tools such as the Marital Satisfaction Inventory[1] attempt to combine ratings in different areas such as effective communication, amount of time spent together, disagreement on financial problems, disagreement on children management and sexual satisfaction etc into a global measure of satisfaction.

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  1. Snyder D.K., Multidimensional assessment of marital satisfaction. Journal of Marriage and Family, 41, 813, 1979.
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