Couples on probation!

Why cohabitation doesn’t workDon’t get us started…there are SO many reasons why cohabitation is a bad idea, we could go on for pages! In this post– we want to focus on one:

Couples on probation!2016-03-17T15:15:26+11:00

“I wasn’t ready for marriage.”

Originally posted on February 7, 2014 by The Matt Walsh Blog I met my wife on eHarmony. I was a morning rock DJ in Delaware, she was living in Maryland and

“I wasn’t ready for marriage.”2021-07-21T11:30:34+10:00

Why you don’t know he’s bad for you

February 20, 2014 By Agi Reefman Most of us have either seen it or done it. The great girl who is going out with (to put it nicely) a guy who’s

Why you don’t know he’s bad for you2020-01-21T14:31:25+11:00

Cohabitation #5: A Trial Marriage?

Cohabitating couples are often defensive about their lifestyle insisting that they are just as committed as a married couple. We continue the discussion here in part 5 of this series. By definition,

Cohabitation #5: A Trial Marriage?2015-01-15T14:59:46+11:00

Cohabitation #4: Commitment Discrepancy

Although cohabitation is now the norm, research demonstrates that this practice is counter-productive in its impact on the future marriage. Rather than enhancing it, cohabitation subtly undermines it. There are diverse reasons

Cohabitation #4: Commitment Discrepancy2015-01-15T14:59:46+11:00

Cohabitation #3: Commitment Delay

What impact does cohabitation have on the stability of the future marriage? In this third part of the series looking at why divorce is around 50% higher for couples who previously cohabitated

Cohabitation #3: Commitment Delay2015-01-15T15:00:36+11:00

Cohabitation #2: Commitment Creep

Cultural wisdom dictates that couples are sensible to live together before committing to marriage. Research demonstrates that in fact, this practice undermines the future marriage rather than supports it.   This is

Cohabitation #2: Commitment Creep2015-01-15T15:00:37+11:00

Is Cohabitation Different to Marriage?

Is cohabitation different to marriage? Lots of cohabitors will say ‘no’. We regularly hear comments to the effect: “We’ve been living together for 5 years – we’re just as committed as

Is Cohabitation Different to Marriage?2020-04-02T15:42:46+11:00

Smart Dating #3: 21st Century Courtship

Dating With Purpose In times past, dating and courtship were closely linked to marriage in a clear sequence of relationship development. Dating was a low-commitment means of getting to know a

Smart Dating #3: 21st Century Courtship2018-07-12T09:32:48+10:00

Cohabitation Myth

Many dating couples opt to live together before deciding to marry, because they believe that it is a responsible and prudent thing to do. They reason that cohabitating together will be like

Cohabitation Myth2015-01-15T15:00:55+11:00
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