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What to Consider Before Moving in Together (Part 1)

What to Consider Before Moving in Together (Part 1)

Some people would say that moving in together within the first six months of dating is ideal. Others would claim it would be better if you have been together for at least a year. Some couples move in together to save on rent, while others would do so for other reasons. Whatever these causes maybe, you have to discuss it with your partner.

  • Why and When You’re Moving in Together
    Whether you plan to get married, already are, or having a live-in relationship, you have to lay out all your motivations and how you want to share your lives with your partner. Moving in is not exactly something you can do on a whim. If you need help, you can even ask the advice of an expert who offers Couples Counseling in Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • How You Will Split the Finances
    Discuss finances. This is very important. You have to know how you are going to split the bills and other shared expenses. Talk about debts, if there are any. Also, talk about the benefits you can get from the government, especially for same-sex couples. LGBTQ Counseling experts suggest that couples should first check the benefits they can get in their state, if any, before moving in.

There are many things to consider before officially starting a life together with your partner. Making sure you’re personally ready for it is one thing. So, if you need someone to discuss this vital decision with, you may contact Linda Gail Cash, M.Ed. LPC.

For more information about couples counseling and Individual Therapy in North Carolina, please visit our website. 

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