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... However, nearly a million unwed mothers are aged 20 or older. Half are cohabiting with the father and another third are romantically involved. Why shouldn't we encourage them ...
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... Funding Children and Families' on welfare which interpreted the phrase'two-parent families' to include cohabiting parents, separated and divorced parents as well as married ones. What nonsense ...
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... the odds that marriages will endure. Last week I urged pastors to preach that cohabitation fails in 9 out of 10 cases, either before or after the wedding ...
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... ,000 people, the lowest rate in this century! The reason is that cohabitation has soared 10-fold, shooting up from 430,000 in 1960, to ...
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... ,000 abortions in a recent year. However, most unwed births are to cohabiting couples- not teenagers. So the child has both a mother and father ...
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... their parents on 12 out of 16 issues. Two-thirds of young adults say that cohabitation is morally acceptable vs. half of older adults. "Most young adults ...
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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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... ." The report documents "most children born outside of marriage are born to cohabiting couples," who are much more likely to break up than married couples ...
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... of whether to ordain active homosexuals is thus addressed indirectly. But then so is cohabitation, which 5.5 million couples are doing at any moment, according to the ...
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... had sex, and many "virgins," oral sex. The number of cohabiting couples has soared 10-fold since 1970, from 540,000 to 5.1 million ...
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