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  • Reid Charlston

    An interesting article on living together before marriage and its impact on the divorce rate.

  • Daryn Lane

    "The Downside of Cohabiting Before Marriage" | By MEG JAY | NY Times | April 14, 2012 | Don't drift into living together; give it some thought and planning.

  • Cheryl Ruffing

    Think that living together before marriage is a good idea? Think again.

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