Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Study shows living together first can spoil marriage

Living together first can spoil marriage
Fox News
By Jeanna Bryner

Couples who shack up before tying the knot are more likely to get divorced than their counterparts who don't move in together until marriage, a new study suggests.

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zzz said...

I am normally a lurker here, I disagree with 99 percent of all that the MFC stands for, but I feel that I need to know all sides to the story.

Anyway, I am tired of the so called "studies" "research" and trumped up ideas that try to use facts.

This one made me laugh out loud. I am a straight man, and married to a straight woman for 40 years, we lived together back when it wasn't "done" for quite a few years before we got married.

A piece of paper, a church, can not create a relationship. Two people can.

You can say God does. But if you believe in free will, than that goes right out the window.

You can not say God does this or that in your life AND still believe in free will.

Minnesota Family Council said...


The study recognizes relationships like yours that stayed married. The success of your marriage does not change the data or make it laughable.

Congratulations on 40 years.

zzz said...

The fact that you ONLY USE right wing data, proccessed by, used by and reported by the conservative right makes it laughable.

Claude said...

Its all about control. I used to be brainwashed by people like this. That use false numbers and false facts.

Religion is a behavior, a choice, not law.

Seperation of church and state. Not Extremist christainity cultism as Law!