Category: Cohabitation

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Do Today's Teens See Marriage and Children in Their Future?

Is Support for Single Motherhood and Cohabitation Falling in the U.S.?

Too Risky to Wed in Your 20s? Not If You Avoid Cohabiting First

Capstones vs. Cornerstones: Is Marrying Later Always Better?

Would You Still Be Together If You Hadn’t Married?

Number 3 in 2021: Is Cohabitation Still Linked to Greater Odds of Divorce?

The Religious Marriage Paradox: Younger Marriage, Less Divorce

Why Young Adults in Canada Embrace Marriage—or Reject It

More College-Educated Women Putting the Baby Carriage Before Marriage

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