A new study suggest that "adult sleepovers" without cohabitation are on the rise.
According to the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, an increasing number of coupled twenty-somethings have struck the perfect balance between casual dating and cohabitation. The "stayover trend" involves spending three to seven nights per week together while maintaining separate homes. How To Find More Time For Your Relationships
This relationship model is popular among college students and seems to satisfy the potentially conflicting desires to remain romantically attached while pursuing academic and career interests. The schema also appreciates the difficulty associated with splitting up once a couple shares a home. After all, the statistics don't bode well for couples who live together before marriage. According to drphil.com, research indicates that people who live together prior to getting married are more likely get divorced. Would You Let Your Guy Own An IPad App That MakesRead More »from Sexy Sleepovers On The Rise