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Unmarried to Each Other: The Essential Guide to Living Together as an Unmarried Couple Paperback – November 14, 2002
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A thoughtful, no-nonsense resource for unwed partners both gay and straight...a unique and invaluable resource for the happily unwed. -- Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture, No. 20, 2003
Fantastic work...[Unmarried to Each Other's] warm style is such that it can be read "cover-to-cover," like a novel. -- The Texas Triangle, January 10, 2003
They've written the guidebook, and it's a triumph. ...Contains just about everything cohabs (and prospective cohabs) need to know. -- Free Inquiry, Spring 2003
Top-notch collection of advice for couples who want to keep their relationship strong -- with or without a marriage license. -- Minneapolis Star-Tribune, January 13, 2003
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My chief hope for this book was that it would live up to its premise, being a practical guide to living with your partner. It definitely succeeded there. It contains very useful suggestions about things that you should work out with your partner before moving in together. I'm sure my transition to cohabitation would have been a lot smoother if I had read this book first! I was very impressed with the chapter on tools for creating long-term relationships. I know I'll want to refer to it over and over again in the coming years. Miller and Solot also analyzed in depth the different forms that marriage and cohabitation have taken throughout history. That was very interesting, and definitely dispelled the idea that there's only one right way to do things. Discussions of what to tell your relatives and how you can protect yourself legally as an unmarried person were included as well.
_Unmarried to Each Other_ is very readable, and organized in a logical way. The ideas in it flowed naturally from one chapter to the next. I really liked the inclusion of margin notes and grey boxes that delved further into side topics, they kept things interesting.Read more ›
What I liked the best was all the fascinating anecdotes and stories. Not only were they interesting in themselves, but they brought home important points about the struggles and victories of unmarried partners trying to make a happy life together. And I like the way the text is filled with boxes and sidebars that keep it interesting. They add all sorts of extra information - from poems to statistics.
If you're in an unmarried relationship, whether you're thinking about living together, you've recently joined households, or you've been living together for years, this book will give you ways to enhance your relationship. Get a copy for yourself, and, while you're at it, get one for your parents!
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My husband & I used this book as a basis for our Committment Ceremony.Published 19 months ago by Kindle Customer
I ordered this for my daughter. She really enjoyed it. I think she said it has so some great information in it.Published 23 months ago by BETTY R.
Such a timely source for the many "second time around" retirement cohort who are tired of all of those worn out phrases that try to mask our being unmarried to each other. Read morePublished on December 9, 2013 by Mary E. Shehadeh
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Unmarried to Each Other:
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I stumbled upon this book when I was searching the web for commitment ceremonies. Most information out there frustrated me as it didn't quite fit my situation or needs--and then I... Read morePublished on April 7, 2010 by Kim K. Gilbert
I love this book, its so informative. It covers pretty much everything about being in an unmarried partnership. Read morePublished on May 8, 2009 by Jaime
Our friend gave us this book for Hanukah thinking it might help our situation. But it turned out to be a disappointment. Read morePublished on December 29, 2007 by LeftCoastKids