Is it a necessary step or something you shouldn't do?
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It's not a necessary step, but it does serve a very practical purpose. Two people could have the best relationship in the world, but when people say that you don't really get to know someone until you occupy the same space, it really is true. Though my faith somewhat frowns upon the concept, I believe it allows a couple to get experience living in the same space and become acclimated to each other's lifestyles and habits. And if there are any problems/issues to be solved regarding those things, that stuff can be worked out before things are made official with a marriage.0