Episode 132 – Living Together Before Marriage?
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To cohabitate or not cohabitate – that is the question. On today’s episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom, inspired by a family wedding, delves into the subject of living together before marriage. What are the risks? What are the benefits? Is an extra drawer and a space for your toothbrush on the sink enough to justify sharing a living space without a marital contract? We hear Morrie’s views on the subject, and get to the heart of this modern love dilemma.
My husband was the only one that I moved in with before getting married. I did have 3 marriage proposals from fellas that I didn’t feel the same about them that they felt about me. I kind of felt bad about that. We went out and had fun ect.. but never lived together. One of them who had his own furniture store wanted me to live with him and get married and work in the store like his parents did in their store but I just didn’t feel the same. My life would of been so different but he was shot and killed in his store.
My husband has been dead now for over 8 years and I do not mind being single at all. I liked being married . We got along fine. Yes compromise is a big one for sure along with money and communication. We were together for 38 years.