Study: Premarital Cohabitation Doesn’t Raise Risk Of Divorce

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Study: Premarital Cohabitation Doesn’t Raise Risk Of Divorce

Contradicting previous studies claiming premarital cohabitation leads to divorce, research from the University of North Carolina has found that living together before marriage has little or no effect on marriage success rates. What do you think?

  • “I prefer the surprise of finding out that a spouse is impossible to live with.”

    Erick Besser
    Freelance Consultant
  • “Did they happen to mention how much it increases your chances of going to hell forever, though?”

    Jane Kurant
    Systems Analyst
  • “And you save a lot on utilities.”

    Alec Kirhoffer
    Police Dog Trainer