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... , 2002) Mutual Consent Not No-Fault Divorce (December 14, 2002) Should Cohabitation Be Legalized? (December 7, 2002) Alcoholics Anonymous: The Most ...
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... those who observed Biblical rules. What's worse is that most unwed births are to cohabiting couples. A report last year, "Why Marriage Matters," asserted ...
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... enter and sustain it." Instead, many are choosing "to live in cohabiting relationships that may or may not lead to marriage and can be detrimental to ...
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... find Western countries with highly individualistic values, such as Sweden, where marriage and cohabitation are virtually indistinguishable. "But only in the United States can you find ...
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... Losing to Gay Rights: April 2, 2015: Column 1753 Pediatricians Warn Against Cohabitation: April 8, 2015: Column 1754 A Dark Night in Washington: ...
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... its Christian heritage. Fat chance. Think about how far gone Europe is on cohabitation. In I Thessalonians *4 :3) Paul writes: "It ...
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... six children in our country." Under Britain's present tax and benefit system, cohabiting couples are better off than a married couple, due to what he calls ...
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... where they experienced multiple divorces and remarriages of one or both parents' plus'many cohabitations and brief love affairs,'' she writes in her landmark book, ...
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... needing big subsidies. However, in more than half the cases, she is cohabiting with the father, and benefits from his income as if she were married ...
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... doubled from 15 to 28 percent from 1960-2010. Pew said that many couples are cohabiting instead of marrying because "they fear divorce." Why? Many are ...
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