Many couples move in together before marriage for economical reasons: it is easier to pay rent divided by two. Others move in together because of schedule conflicts and because the only moment they can see each other is when they are both at home. But what if they have no major reason to move in together? Should they?
Some people think that moving in together before marriage will break the magic of the surprise of starting sharing an apartment together. While others think that it is necessary to test the ability to live together before taking the big step.
The decision is really personal and must be taken with both people involved in it. It is an important step that shouldn’t be taken for granted.