Poor substitute for marriage
As a pastor, I am finding more young couples choosing to live together before marriage. It seems so logical: live together, see if it works, and then get married. Except things just don’t work out that way.
Twelve years ago, half of the twenty-somethings surveyed by the National Marriage Project agreed with the statement, “You would only marry someone if he or she agreed to live together with you first, so that you could find out whether you really get along.”
Their reasoning was simple: “Moving in together before marriage was a good way to avoid divorce.”
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