Are There Benefits to Moving In Together Before Marriage?

Are There Benefits to Moving In Together Before Marriage?


You asked Coach Allana Pratt, “My girlfriend and I are getting married soon; however, we have talked about living together before we tie the knot. Is that a good idea? What are the pros and cons?”

Answer: My life, my loves, my marriages, my work have taught me one thing for sure – I believe in what WORKS! I also know what does not work, having experienced ups and downs within my own world and with my clients. Relationship take work, there isn’t a happily ever after waiting for you. It won’t be perfect and at times, it won’t be pretty. There are, however, a few benefits to moving into together before you are married.

To see my full response, check out the full article and video on Meetmindful, right HERE. You can also find this video and many other on YouTube, so please be sure to subscribe to my Youtube Channel!

Also, If you have a burning question about love, dating or life in general for me, comment below, or ask me on Twitter @AllanaPratt and just use #AllanaQandA.

This post was previously published on www.allanapratt.com and is republished here with permission from the author.

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