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... by women with children grew nearly five times faster than married couples with children! Cohabiting couples now number 5.5 million, almost double that of 1990 and 13 TIMES ...
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... are living with someone of the opposite sex? In America 4.2 million adults are cohabiting at any moment of time. Over a year's time, probably six or ...
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... .'Our nation is threatened by a high divorce rate, a rise in cohabitation, a rise in non-marital births, a decline in the marriage rate and ...
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... Bush and Gore say they want to reduce the marriage tax penalty that allows many cohabiting couples to have a lower tax rate than married couples. However, the ...
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... trim another. Consider two teachers earning $26,000 each, who are cohabiting. If they marry, they suddenly have to pay higher taxes for two ...
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... were exploitative, some abusive and all the others were promiscuous.' Research shows that cohabiting couples are also more likely to be abusive and commit'adultery' than married ...
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... physically abused by a single mother, and 33 times more at risk if she cohabits; Three times more apt to get pregnant, and males commit suicide at ...
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... Parents who want their children to marry before having children and who prefer marriage to cohabitation, should explicitly communicate this message.'To clergy: Develop lay marriage ...
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... Trust, honesty and sexual fidelity are expected.' One popular form of relationship is cohabitation, which is'replacing marriage as the first living together union for today's ...
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