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EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods Wife Still Hasn’t Moved Back In – And There Are No Sleepovers!

Tiger Woods wife Elin still has not moved back into the home they once shared, RadarOnline.com has learned.

And, despite some reports to the contrary, there have been NO sleepovers, as the couple is still in the middle of working out their problems.

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They have grown closer in recent weeks and even spent one week together out of town with the children. Tiger has pledged to do whatever it takes to keep Elin as his wife, but winning back her trust has been a slow and painful process.

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As RadarOnline.com reported exclusively, the couple were seen hugging and kissing outdoors recently. And Elin agreed to move back home but she hasn’t done it yet.

“This past weekend she kept to herself for most of the time,” one source told RadarOnline.com. “They barely had any contact.”

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That’s a step backward for the golfer who underwent rehab at Gentle Path in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Elin participated in his recovery therapy despite the fact that he has been linked to affairs with 14 women.

“She hasn’t put back on her wedding ring,” one source told RadarOnline.com. “That’s a big sign. She’s going through a lot of emotional upheaval and her feelings toward Tiger change every day.”

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As RadarOnline.com reported exclusively, Elin called off her plans to divorce the golfing legend. But she’s having a difficult time reestablishing a physical relationship with him, sources tell us.

“She’s made a lot of progress considering what she’s been through. But she hasn’t been able to bring herself to sleep in the same house with him yet and of course, you know what that means,” one source said.

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Yes, we know what that means!

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