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By Matt Kibbe
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Hillary Mickell
Nearly half of first marriages break up within 20 years, a new government study finds. With those odds, you might wonder: Would we be better off living together first?
Nearly half of first marriages break up within 20 years, a new government study has found. With those odds, one might wonder: Would we be better off living together first?
"It became a running joke — there are blizzards in Boston nine months a year," said Mrs. Mickell, co-founder of a social network site for recipe exchanges.
'He's moving in with me; is he ever going to marry me?'" said Hillary Mickell, a San Francisco woman who first moved in with her husband when they were students at Boston University.