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Sharing Homes Before Marriage. Is it a Good or Bad Idea?

Posted September 26, 2011 by in Articles | No comments yet

In the old days, people tended to wait until they got married to move in together. Plenty of people are trying to save money these days, and are starting to move in together earlier. You may not be aware of it, but living together before marriage can be a bad idea. Keep reading to learn why this is.

Couples who stay together before they get married tend to have a tough road ahead of them. It’s common for couples who live together before they get married to split up before they actually get married. This means that you should consider waiting if you really want to marry your partner.

Things may not turn out as expected even if you two do get married. Couples that wait to move in have a lower degree of divorce than couples who jumped the gun.

Couples who shack up can up end getting married for many of the wrong reasons. The financial convenience can be very tempting. They might as well make things official since they’re already living together. This is definitely not a great reason for two people to get married to each other.

Couples who have lived together before they got married will likely end up being more hostile towards each other too. Maybe this is because there is more built-up anger over past issues in the relationship. Either way, couples tend to be less supportive and have more aggressive fights in these situations.

Your family may also have a problem with the fact that you’re staying together before you’re married. It’s common for parents to dislike this type of situation. This is a very common feeling for parents who have traditional values when it comes to marriage and relationships.

Domestic violence is something that most people want to avoid. However, living together before you get married will increase the risk of this type of violence. Sexual and physical abuse is much more common with girlfriends than wives.

If there are children in the situation, living together may not be such a good idea. Society has plenty of blended families nowadays. Children living in these situations are far more likely to be abused, at least according to several studies conducted in the past.

Even if it’s better for the two of you financially, you may want to avoid making the mistake of moving in together before marriage. If you wait until you get married to move in, things may work out much more smoothly.Doc No. 34Sdlhgsdl -sds

Kristie Brown writes on a variety of topics from health to technology. Check out her websites on Save my marriage and stop divorce

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