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... preach on the importance of marriage and the risks of the popular alternative: cohabitation. National Marriage Week (Feb. 9-16) is a good time to ...
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... divorce. However, divorce is not the only factor behind disappearing fathers. Soaring cohabitation may be a bigger factor. In 1960 only 430,000 unmarried couples ...
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... 1% each, a D or F. By contrast, 64% of cohabiting couples who were preparing for marriage, ranked their relationship in the "low ...
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... 20-54): On one hand, 59 percent of women under 24 have already cohabited! In fact, three-fourths were either married, a single parent or had ...
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... . This is what lies behind some of the worst trends in our culture. Cohabitation has soared 17-fold, from 430,000 in 1960 to 7.5 million last ...
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... 3. Out-of-wedlock births jumped 7-fold from 224,000 to 1.6 million children. Cohabitation is driving these trends, soaring 12-fold from 430,000 in 1960 to ...
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... average, for being married compared to couples who have the same income, but cohabit rather than marry. This is what is called the'marriage penalty' in ...
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... If you subsidize something, you will get more of it." America has subsidized cohabitation. Result: it soared 17-fold from 430,000 in 1960 to 7.5 ...
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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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... , 54% of whom had unwed births. However, the major marriage-killer is cohabitation. This assertion would surprise many young people who go to weddings where two-thirds ...
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