A research conducted by an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawaii, Dr. Janet D Latner, and NewZealand clinical psychologish Dr. Alice D. Boyes found that heavier women had poorer relationship qualities than their normal-weight peers.

The study found that heavier women seemed to partner with less desirable men, and thought their partners would rate them as less warm or trustworthy - which the researchers say, would most likely end up in separation.

Actually, the male partners were indeed dissatisfied with their heavier women. However, the results weren't the same for heavier men.

[via ScienceDaily]