10 Jan
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Healthy Marriage Participant Profile

Each year the Healthy Marriage grantees serve a diverse group of participants across the United States. Since the beginning of the OMB approved data collection in 2012, HM participants have been characterize by a high degree of diversity in all of the demographic variables – age, sex, marital status, employment status. Read more.

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10 Jan
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8 Ideas for Protecting Your Marriage from Divorce

What can couples do to avoid divorce? Hundreds of books, articles, workshops, and lectures have tackled that question. If there were a surefire way to “divorce-proof” a marriage, we would have found it by now. It doesn’t exist. But there are some things married couples can do to minimize their risk of divorce. In a […]

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10 Jan
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Second Chances: A Proposal to Reduce Unnecessary Divorce – Download Audio

Second Chances: A Proposal to Reduce Unnecessary Divorce Friday, October 21, 2011, 9:30 – 11:00 am The Brookings Institution, Falk Auditorium, 1775 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC There are two popular misconceptions about divorce: that it happens only after a long process of misery and conflict, and that once they file for divorce, couples don't […]

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10 Jan
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Early Registration for 13th Annual National Fatherhood & Families Conference Ends Soon!

13TH ANNUAL NATIONAL FATHERHOOD AND FAMILIES CONFERENCE EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS SOON! EARLY REGISTRATION OPPORTUNITY: Our upcoming conference, the 13th consecutive year its been held, will take place at the Westin LAX Hotel, Los Angeles, CA. Each year we choose a different faculty with over 75 selected from diverse fatherhood and families practitioners, advocates, researchers, and […]

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10 Jan
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NARME and NFLG Webinars

The National Fatherhood Leaders Group (NFLG) and the National Association for Relationship & Marriage Education (NARME) are collaborating to strengthen the sustainability of family-strengthening organizations across America. Register now to participate in one or more of the following FREE webinars designed to help keep your work alive and funded! HELP! We Didn’t Get Funded, NOW […]

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10 Jan
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The Woman Who Saved Marriage

In 1996 I received a call from the head of the publishing company that was in the final stages of putting the manuscript for my book on collaborative partnering skills, The Power of Two, into print. "I want to let you know that we're changing the sub-title. Instead of Secrets to a Strong and Loving […]

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Why do even satisfied newlyweds eventually go on to divorce?

Although divorce typically follows an extended period of unhappiness that begins early in marriage, some couples who are very happy throughout the first several years of marriage will also go on to divorce. This study aimed to identify risk factors early in marriage that distinguish initially satisfied couples who eventually divorce from those who remain […]

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10 Jan
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First-Ever Advertising Campaign to Address Unplanned Pregnancy Among Young Women in the U.S. Launches Nationwide; Offers Tools and Advice at Bedsider.org

The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy is joining the Ad Council to debut a groundbreaking first-ever national multimedia public service campaign designed to reduce the rates of unplanned pregnancy among unmarried young adults in the U.S. The three-year campaign directs sexually active women ages 18-24 to Bedsider.org, a new comprehensive online and […]

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Political Preferences Play Different Role in Dating, Mating

Online daters are reluctant to use partisan politics to attract a potential mate, according to new research co-authored by Brown political scientist Rose McDermott. The study, published in Evolution and Human Behavior, shows that singles are more likely to admit they are overweight on their online dating profiles than to say they are politically liberal […]

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