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... years grew from 203 million to 331 million. The major killer of marriage is cohabitation which has soared from 21-fold from 430,000 couples to 9 million in ...
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... Instead of marrying, millions of couples are just living together. The number of cohabiting couples has soared more than 20 fold- from only 430,000 living ...
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... live five years shorter lives. When children of divorce reach adulthood, almost all cohabit and only 60% marry. They are also more likely to divorce, ...
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... . It sold well. However, in 2008 I wrote a book to discourage cohabitation, which has diverted millions from marrying. Unfortunately, that book, Living ...
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... disturbing loss for individuals and society. What's alarming is that millions of couples are cohabiting. The number of couples living together has soared 21-fold, from 430, ...
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... number of marriages between men and women is shrinking. More young people are simply cohabiting- ignoring Biblical calls to chastity outside of marriage and fidelity within it. ...
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... couple can test a relationship by living together. However, four out of five cohabiting couples break up before a wedding, and those who marry are 50% ...
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... clean up the mess." When children of divorce reach adulthood, almost all cohabit and only 60% marry. They are also more likely to divorce due ...
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... raising kids together, but are not tying the knot. Studies report that these cohabiting relationships generally do not endure. My wife and I wrote a book, ...
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