I think this is a personal question based on beliefs. But for me, YES! It gives you insight into what that other person is like on a daily basis, the real person, and whether or not you are actually compatible to live together for the next 50, 60, or 70 years. There is nothing worse than finding out your partner is something different than you thought they were!
My wife and I lived together for about a year and a half before we got married... and we're still together so I'd say it worked out pretty well
I think so too but for some I say no. My best friend and his girl live together and you would think it's world war 3 sometimes.
I would say yes, because you can get to know the person your going to spend the rest of your life with. You really dont know a person until you live with them. In a way you'll learn if they are really right for you.
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by kimback088 years ago
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by deergha4 years ago
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by coletta78 years ago
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