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If you're perennially perturbed by the idea of moving in with someone and getting rid of all 'your' stuff, help is now at hand.

Yes, you read that right. If you can't face the thought of chucking out of all your hard-earned kitchen gadgets, furniture and odds and ends from your single life, you can now stash them in secret storage. Handy if the worst happens, as you won't have to re-buy everything you already had before.

LOVESPACE, who offer the storage service, will secretly store one ‘Duplicrate’ of items that you might wish to keep hold of should the unthinkable happen and the relationship fail.

Cohabiting couples are twice as likely to break up as married partners, so if you had to throw away all of your household and personal items before moving in, you could be left with an expensive shopping trip to re-establish your independence if you do break up.

Steve Folwell, managing director of LOVESPACE, said, “We wanted to help the biggest commitment-phobes move in with their partners. Openly keeping hold of things that you identify with your single life isn’t exactly a recipe for happily ever after, so we decided to offer apprehensive cohabiters a secret service where they can keep a box of their past life.”

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If you're a nervous cohabitee, there's a way to secretly stash your stuff...
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