Relationship advice is most e-mailed

By Steve Outing

And the most e-mailed New York Times story of 2006 is … [drumroll] … “What Shamu Taught Me About a Happy Marriage“!

Yeah, I remember that one. I read it myself when it came out, and e-mailed it to my wife (of course). It’s a story about how techniques for training animals also can improve human relationships when applied to a spouse.

Here’s the full list of most e-mail NYT stories last year.

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4 Responses to "Relationship advice is most e-mailed"

  1. Martin
    Martin 10 years ago .Reply

    Wouldn’t it be interesting to compare the list to the list with the most blogged about articles of 2006? Unfortunately I could not find it on the Times Website.

  2. Martin
    Martin 10 years ago .Reply

    Wouldn't it be interesting to compare the list to the list with the most blogged about articles of 2006? Unfortunately I could not find it on the Times Website.

  3. Danny Sanchez
    Danny Sanchez 10 years ago .Reply

    I rather enjoyed that Shamu piece, even if everyone’s favorite killer whale wasn’t actually in the story.

  4. Danny Sanchez
    Danny Sanchez 10 years ago .Reply

    I rather enjoyed that Shamu piece, even if everyone's favorite killer whale wasn't actually in the story.

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