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The Boomer Trend That May Take You By Surprise
Buck Wargo, Sr. Editor | NowItCounts.com
Cohabitation, once thought to be the lifestyle of younger people aged 20-40ish, has now grown into a very real option for those 50 years and older after they divorce. Cohabitating is now viewed by many as the best long-term alternative to marriage for older Americans.
6 Reasons Why So Many Post 50s Are Shacking Up
Cohabiting actually makes sense on a lot of levels. Here are 6 reasons.
Doubling Down On Shacking Up
Family Law Attorney (Coldwell Bowes, L.L.P.); Author (Break Fr...
"How do you explain to your daughter that you and your boyfriend live together without being married?"
Why Did We Get Married?
Student, University of South Carolina
I got married in college. That is to say, my wife and I are both undergraduates at the University of South Carolina. That is to say, we get a lot of raised eyebrows when we introduce ourselves to classmates.
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