Living together while dating
"Tradition is strong," says April Masini, relationship expert and advice columnist.
A few people have already asked for more information about how they might do a similar lifestyle change with their partners.
At some point in most monogamous, over-60 relationships, the issue of whether or not to live together comes up.
During the 60s and 70s, moving in with your sweetheart was so common and freewheeling that it earned the dubious label, “shacking up.” It was a means to save money because in many ways two people could live together cheaper than two people living individually.
"You can learn to balance and adapt to each other's sleep schedules," Greer says.
"You can start to figure out options for handling your differences and needs, and how this will affect your sexual life — e.g.