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 Should people move in together before they are married?

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PostSubject: Should people move in together before they are married?   30th November 2015, 5:01 pm

For me, ummm, it's YES.
I have heard many people said that "married is just the beginning of the couple life"
I'm sure that many women/men want to get married just only one time.
So, they have to make sure that they can get along well with their partner before deciding to marry him/her.
I have no idea with the sexual relationship before getting marry. It's sensitive issue for some community like Thailand. But the most important thing is if they know how to protect, it's ok.

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PostSubject: Re: Should people move in together before they are married?   30th November 2015, 5:15 pm

Honestly, I don't know.
Why does it matter?
I'm so they all have sex and done all kind of fetishes.
People should change their mindsets.


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PostSubject: Re: Should people move in together before they are married?   30th November 2015, 5:42 pm

Why not?
I think they've done more than living in the same place.
Pack you things and move in together. Save the pay rent to do other useful stuff.

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PostSubject: Re: Should people move in together before they are married?   30th November 2015, 10:33 pm

I don't think so since they are not married yet.
Here is one of the reasons;

“THE MARRIAGE MYTH: Couples who live together before marriage, and are able to test how well suited they are for each other, have more satisfying and longer-lasting marriages than couples that don’t. Many studies have found that those who live together before marriage have less satisfying marriages and a considerably higher chance of eventually breaking up.
“One reason is that people who cohabit may be more skittish of commitment and more likely to call it quits when problems arise. In addition, the very act of living together may lead to attitudes that make happy marriages more difficult. The findings of one recent study, for example, suggest, ‘There may be less motivation for cohabiting partners to develop their conflict resolution and support skills.'” (Smartmarriages® Subject: TOP 10 MYTHS OF MARRIAGE- Popenoe /Piece of Paper schedule – 2/13/02)

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PostSubject: Re: Should people move in together before they are married?   30th November 2015, 10:53 pm

For me, it OK.
Because there is NO way I'd marry someone without finding if we were compatible to live together. Sure, two people can work some things out... but in the end you have to be compatible and the only true way to find out is to live together.

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