Special Collections: Healthy Dating Leads to Healthy Marriage

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Young adults are more likely to cohabitate than marry. Those who do marry, marry later. Unmarried, cohabitating couples are more likely to suffer domestic violence and unfavorable economic situations. Recognizing unhealthy relationship behaviors and learning healthy relationship skills while dating can better prepare young adults for healthy marriages.
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