Washington Post

Married people have happier, healthier relationships than unmarried couples who live together, data show

Social scientists have known for some time that married people tend to be happier than their single counterparts. But the recent rise of cohabitation without marriage has complicated that picture somewhat, with modern relationships often involving a lot more ambiguity and nuance. Foto: Arkivfoto

New research shows - for the first time - that younger adults are more likely to have shared a home with a partner than a spouse, but that cohabitation doesn't deliver the same levels of happiness, trust and well-being that marriage can bring...

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