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03 August 2011

Living together too much commitment?

More and more young adults are engaging in "stay-over relationships," in which they spend nights together while still having the option of going to their own homes, a study shows.

A growing number of young adults are engaging in what's called "stay-over relationships," in which they spend three or more nights together each week while still having the option of going to their own homes, a new study shows.

There are a number of reasons for this growing trend in stay-over relationships, said Jamison, who interviewed college-aged adults in committed, exclusive relationships.

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