The Three Myths of Cohabitation
Sociologist Bradford Wilcox reports the surprising results of his new international study on cohabitation and its impact on kids.
Sociologist Bradford Wilcox reports the surprising results of his new international study on cohabitation and its impact on kids. interview | Family. The Three Myths of Cohabitation.
Holiday Traditions, Under Construction
Why our shifting families and evolving rituals can still be cause for celebration.
to. Families have been stretched into new shapes by divorce, the rise in children born to unwed mothers, same-sex relationships, and cohabitation. Plus
Why Singles Need Married Friends
Instead of looking to celebrity couples to uphold our marital ideals, we should look to real couples in our midst.
rates, some have glorified divorce—"it's not so bad, kids!"—while others have embraced the idea of avoiding marriage all together, settling instead for serial monogamy or cohabitation.
Marriage: A Dying to the Self
Paul Tripp's 'What Did You Expect?' refreshingly goes beyond gender roles to arrive at the crux of marital problems: serving the kingdom of self.
Whether you are just now realizing your need for help, your marriage is full of conflict and riddled by anger and bitterness, or you are living in silent cohabitation, Tripp's work will open