This article was written by Julissa Catalan and provided by our partners at Prevention. Many of us have gotten back together with someone after breaking up. Some of us have had years and years of an on-and-off-again relationship. Less likely, though, are the odds of giving your marriage another chance after going through the process of getting a divorce. But that's exactly what these four women did. Here are their stories, and the important lessons they learned about love.
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If breaking up is hard to do, breaking up while also sharing a mattress is damn near catastrophic. You have that terrible, final fight, say all the hurtful things that come with a relationship rupture, but rather than retreating to your separate bedrooms across town, one of you gets to go cry on the couch and one of you gets the bedroom. Unless, you live in a studio, that is. And yet, despite this one substantial risk, the majority of Americans believe for good reason that living together before marriage is advisable if you want to avoid divorce. The under set are particularly likely candidates for cohabitation—a Pew Research report from April found that 14 percent of adults ages 25 to 34 live with a significant other, which is the highest percentage of any age group.
Last week, there was a five day stretch where I spent a total of four hours with my husband, Chris. I should know—I counted. We spent them hopping in and out of the shower, answering work e-mails, trying to keep our toddler happy and alive, and giving each other the CliffsNotes version of what was happening in our lives between mouthfuls of coffee, food, and toothpaste. Chris is a chef at a popular restaurant in a busy beach town where personal lives cease to exist in the summer for people in his industry.