“After a pandemic-induced dip, the number of American couples who are ‘living apart together,’ as sociologists call the arrangement, or L.A.T., has started to grow again. While the percentage of the population that is married declined between 2000 and 2019, the percentage of married people who live apart has increased.” The NYT on an increasingly common living arrangement. People who are married but live in separate place. This is a gift article (oddly, shared from my wife’s NYT account): The Wife Left, but They’re Still Together.