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13 Signs You’re Ready to Move In Together
For many couples, moving in together seems like the obvious, cost-efficient next step for their relationship: You save money on bills, have someone to help out when bulbs and vents need changing, and you get to hang out with your best bud every night. Far too often, though, couples slide into cohabitation. That lack of forethought can have a huge negative impact on the relationship later; studies have shown an increased risk of divorce and marital dissatisfaction for couples who move in before making a clear mutual commitment to each other. Worried that you and your partner may be moving in together too soon? Below, relationship therapists share six signs that you need to press pause on your move-in plans.
Eyebrows raised when Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were recently spotted apartment-hunting in Manhattan. After all, shacking up is a serious—and sometimes controversial—step. Contemplating sharing an address with your man?
I confessed my nervousness, thereby infecting him with it too. We moved in two weeks later and embarked on a journey that kept us together for another three fun years. I was too afraid of hurting him or our relationship.
6 Signs It's Too Soon To Move In Together
Welcome to Is This Normal? Send your questions to isthisnormal hellogiggles. We made our relationship official after only a few dates, and soon after, began to discuss moving in together. What should I do?!