Till Death do us part: Contexts and Implications of Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage across Adulthood June 2012 Webinar by the Society for the Study of Human Development The marital tie represents one of the most influential and prevalent relationships in adulthood, with enormous implications for well-being. Better quality marriages are associated with fewer psychological and […]
This webinar explores how healthy marriage programs can coordinate with the military to serve National Guard members and their families.
There is a spectrum of choices people make from being single to living together to being married, and there are varying reasons behind each living arrangement decision. The decision to live together often seems to be a gradual decision as opposed to a deliberate choice (“sliding” vs. “deciding”).
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Developing Culturally Relevant Relationship and Marriage Education Curricula for Native American Populations
This webinar has been developed because of the need that we have seen of our grantees not being able to find some culturally appropriate curricula and educational materials out there for them to use in conducting their family preservation and healthy marriage grants.
Presented by the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center on March 25, 2009, this 1 hour, 30 minutes webinar shares findings from research on how divorce affects child well-being, discusses the impact of divorce on parents, and provides information on the differing outcomes of divorce on children from low-conflict and high-conflict homes. The first presentation is […]