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2016 NARME Summit

July 16- 21, 2016 in Anaheim, CA   Equipping those leading the way for healthy relationship development, family formation, and poverty prevention with the knowledge and strategies to be most effective in the workplace and community. The theme for 2016 is Be The Change. NARME believes we are all challenged to Be The Change in […]

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Evidence-based Approaches

Routledge releases new evidence-based approaches series:   James J. Ponzetti, Jr. (ed.). (2015). Evidence-based Approaches to Relationship and Marriage Education. Routledge. James J. Ponzetti, Jr. (ed.). (2015). Evidence-based Approaches to Sexuality Education: A Global Perspective. Routledge. James J. Ponzetti, Jr. (ed.). (2015). Evidence-based Approaches to Parenting Education: A Global Perspective. Routledge. Read more.

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National Fatherhood Conference

The 2016 Conference, "Strengthening Parenting Relationship Assets To Improve Child Well Being" will be one of the most exciting ever.  The conference will also mark the 20 Year Anniversary of The National Partnership for Community Leadership (NPCL).  We are truly honored to have served as a pioneer organization in the fields of responsible fatherhood, family […]

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Best Practices for Serving Youth in HMRE

Many first romantic relationships occur during adolescence.    These relationships can help shape a variety of experiences (both positive and negative). Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) programs for youth can shape these experiences by improving youth attitudes and expectations concerning romantic relationships and by helping youth develop key skills to form healthy relationships and […]

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LGBT Populations | Healthy Marriage Programming

The Administration for Children and Families is in the process of updating Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education programs to address the unique needs of individuals who are (or may eventually be) in same-sex relationships. The project is identifying practices that address the unique needs of LGBT populations, such as encouraging programs to adopt policies that […]

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The importance of responsiveness

Many couples find that their sexual desire has dwindled over time. It's not unusual for partners who could not keep their hands off each to gradually lose interest. But new research indicates that there are ways that couples can sustain — or relight — their passion.    Gurit E. Birnbaum, Harry T. Reis, Moran Mizrahi, […]

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HMRF field loses a gentle giant

Joe was at the NARME Summit doing what he loved, teaching others about Family Wellness.   Joe was a constant source of creativity, enthusiasm, professionalism, wisdom, and dedication to Family Wellness Associates, those he trained, the many people and families he served during his life as a clinical psychologist, treasured friends, and most especially, his […]

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Is Living Together All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

According to a recent headline in the Washington Post, “Living together is basically the same as marriage, study finds.” Is that true? I do not think so, but it is worth grappling with the study and related findings. Read more.

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10 Jan
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New Study on HMRE programming

The Role of Relational Instability on Individual and Partner Outcomes Following Couple Relationship Education Participation Julianne McGill, Francesca Adler-Baeder, Angela B. Bradford, Jennifer Kerpelman, Scott A. Ketring,Donna Sollie   Abstract Some scholars have suggested that distressed populations may benefit more from couple and relationship education (CRE) than do their nondistressed counterparts. We examined this hypothesis […]

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