Category: Cohabitation

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The Happiness Recession

Less Stable, Less Important: Cohabiting Families’ Comparative Disadvantage Across the Globe

Cohabitation Doesn’t Compare: Marriage, Cohabitation, and Relationship Quality

Is Family Complexity Passed Down from Parents to Their Children?

Does Cohabitation Still Matter for Children’s Family Stability When It Becomes Common?

Premarital Cohabitation Is Still Associated With Greater Odds of Divorce

How Moving In Together Makes It Harder to Know If He’s the One

Cohabitation, Churning, and Children’s Diverging Destinies

The Majority of U.S. Children Still Live in Two-Parent Families

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