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Changing trends in sexual and romantic relationships have resulted in the growth of a new type of cohabitation that sees partners stay together for multiple days while still maintaining separate homes, claims a new study from the University of Missouri-Columbia. These types of partnerships, known as stayover relationships, are quickly becoming a favored form of commitment amongst college students, according to researcher Tyler Jamison, a doctoral candidate from the university's Department of...
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