We must hasten to put an end to this situation, giving the two states the right of existence, and we must help these nations live together
Studies have shown that couples who live together
before marriage actually have a 50 percent greater chance of divorce than those who don't.
Congregations can offer that to some degree, but monastic people take it down to the wire in terms of really having to live together
day-in and day-out.
The Lutheran Alliance agrees that we do have to find ways to live together
faithfully in the Church.
IT WOULD be hypocritical of any Government party to advocate marriage and family values while at the same time encouraging single people to live together
by paying them more in benefits than a married couple.
Washington, July 14 (ANI): Couples who live together
before they are engaged are more likely to get divorced than those who wait until they are married to live together
, or at least wait until they are engaged, according to a new study.
People who co-habit are expected to account for nearly one in three of all "mid-life" people who live together
in couples in England and Wales - including married couples - by 2031
The crisis challenged us to affirm our common humanity and strengthened our determination to live together
Although long term people are living together more than they did 100 years ago, I think the concept of weddings in particular is as popular as it ever was, and a lot of people who live together
see it as a step towards getting married.
But in the new year, the couple accepted that they could not live together
any longer and went their separate ways.
It was actually abolished in 1753 but this popular expression has led people to believe that if they live together
, they have legal rights equivalent to those of married couples.
COUPLES who live together
are being warned by a Leamington law firm that they could wrongly assume they have the same rights as those who are married.
The rights of couples who live together
are under the spotlight at the moment, with two bills currently before Parliament to allow co-habiting couples to obtain many of the pension, property and tax rights given to married couples.
I know many lesbian couples who live together
Entire communities are left with a lingering sense of betrayal and vulnerability, making it more difficult for people with differences to live together