If you are in relationship with somebody long enough, the issue of nagging is sure to raise its annoying head. According to a new survey from YourTango, over 50 percent of couples classify nagging as significant a problem in their relationship.

The poll also found that 60 percent of men and 44 percent of women believe nagging has a negative effect on their love life.

According to the survey, the most prevalent kind of nagging is attention-related. (As in, "pay more attention to me.") That is followed by nagging about household chores, and then nagging about "picking up his own / her own things."

[Sacbee.com]