Relationships can be difficult, but nothing upsets things quite like moving in together. It's easy to maintain a certain version of yourself for a few hours, or even a few days at a time. But once a couple move in then they have to get to grips the very worst parts of their significant other, and activities like dating and sex can often fall to the sideline as your time with one another is no longer put aside with special intent. In other words, your relationship almost turns to the background noise that lies behind work, children, exercise, friends, hobbies, and much more. A million little problems can rise up, but it's why it's so important that couples make the effort to make time for one another.
Thanks to Whisper we get can a varied, but interesting, insight into how moving in together changes the dynamic of relationship. Most of them are pretty bad, but not all of them. Which just goes to show, moving in is absolutely NOT a death sentence for a relationship.