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It is true that cohabitation is replacing marriages. As the world started liberating and the concept of individuality grew stronger, cohabitation got commoner and popular among people. People today, avoid getting married and prefer to live in cohabitation because they do not prefer to take risk of making a commitment and involve the state in their relationship. Such people consider a huge responsibility to get married (Bumpass, Sweet, 1989). Moreover, now times have changed a lot, most of the population struggles with financial and economic issues and it gets difficult for them to make a decision to start a family with commitment, sharing a household, and bearing children.
Relationships do not seem to be moving any forward to most of the people if there is no marriage involved ahead in the future. Such relationships are not long lasting which are not glued with marriage. I do not know yet how I want things for myself. Among the two options of marriage and cohabitation, I cannot decide now what I will pick. The reason is most of the people back off from marriage to avoid the risk of divorce and its after affects. They consider it economic, social and emotional burden and risk. For instance, if they bear children after marriage and get a divorce later, it can ruin the life of their children and push them into depression. On the other hand, cohabitation is the key element in disturbing the family system in the United States of America (Jay, 2012). It is true that both lifestyles have pros and cons but it cannot be declared which one is the best and should be preferred or recommended, it only depends on the situation at the hand. So, I will see what the future holds for me and how things are with my partner.
Bumpass, L. L., Sweet, J. A. (1989). National estimates of cohabitation.Demography,26(4), 615-625.
Jay, M. (2012). The downside of cohabiting before marriage.The New York Times, April,15.
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