Although living together pre-marriage hasn’t always been trendy or even accepted, it’s old news nowadays.
Many people consider cohabiting as the level of commitment right before marriage. Others tend to view it as a substitute for marriage.
Also, there is the unforgettable but often overlooked gray zone of romance. This is the zone where cohabitation issues arise and living together takes on a new meaning.
When it comes to sharing a living space, it’s unsurprising that partners often confuse convenience with love. After all, cohabiting offers a sense of security that few people want to leave behind.
But what does this do to the idea of love? And how does this gray zone promote cohabitation issues?
Here’s the scoop on this common mix-up.