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... find Western countries with highly individualistic values, such as Sweden, where marriage and cohabitation are virtually indistinguishable. "But only in the United States can you find ...
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... enter and sustain it." Instead, many are choosing "to live in cohabiting relationships that may or may not lead to marriage and can be detrimental to ...
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... where they experienced multiple divorces and remarriages of one or both parents' plus'many cohabitations and brief love affairs,'' she writes in her landmark book, ...
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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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... the 319 million in 2014. Why is the marriage rate plunging? Millions are cohabiting as a way to "test" their compatibility. This is big mistake ...
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... Delaware and Connecticut at 28. "Higher marriage rates are associated with less non-marital cohabitation, and this also clusters geographically along Red/Blue lines," writes ...
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... there were no additional marriages, though population grew 111 million. What's soared is cohabitation, up 15-fold from 523,000 in 1970 to 7.9 million last year ...
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... doubled from 15 to 28 percent from 1960-2010. Pew said that many couples are cohabiting instead of marrying because "they fear divorce." Why? Many are ...
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... ) "And we should not ignore one compelling fact. Nearly one in two cohabiting parents split up before their child's fifth birthday. The figure for married couples ...
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