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The Ring Makes All the Difference : The Hidden Consequences of Cohabitation and the Strong Benefits of Marriage
by Glenn T. Stanton




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Why not cohabitate?

Many believe nothing is better for their future marriage than a trial period cohabitation. It s the fastest growing family type in the U.S. So how s that working out? Are people truly happier?

Author Glenn Stanton offers a compelling factual case that nearly every area of health and happiness is increased by marriage and decreased by cohabitation.

With credible data and compassion, Stanton explores the reasons why the cohabitation trend is growing; outlines its negative outcomes for men, women, and children; and makes a case for why marriage is still the best arrangement for the flourishing of couples and society.

This resource is ideal for those who are cohabitating or considering it, as well as pastors and counselors who need to be able to engage this issue.

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Overview

Why not cohabitate?

Many believe nothing is better for their future marriage than a trial period cohabitation. It s the fastest growing family type in the U.S. So how s that working out? Are people truly happier?

Author Glenn Stanton offers a compelling factual case that nearly every area of health and happiness is increased by marriage and decreased by cohabitation.

With credible data and compassion, Stanton explores the reasons why the cohabitation trend is growing; outlines its negative outcomes for men, women, and children; and makes a case for why marriage is still the best arrangement for the flourishing of couples and society.

This resource is ideal for those who are cohabitating or considering it, as well as pastors and counselors who need to be able to engage this issue.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780802402165
  • ISBN-10: 080240216X
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
  • Publish Date: September 2011
  • Page Count: 146
  • Dimensions: 9.05 x 6.08 x 0.41 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds


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