Candidates for Friday Five

1. Leading Health Indicators 2030

Advancing Health, Equity, and Well-Being





2. Marital Interventions: Participation, Helpfulness, and Change in a Nationally Representative Sample




3. Asian values boost Californian family stability

by Carolyn Moynihan



OR

Inside the newsroom: It’s the state of the union address (but not the one you think)

By Doug Wilks,  Editor





4. Is secondhand screen time the new secondhand smoking?







5. Marriage Penalties in Means-Tested Tax and Transfer Programs


OR

Implementing an Innovative Parenting Program for Fathers: Findings from the B3 Study
 



6. Why Your Marriage Needs a Supper Club

Courtney Rohrdanz





7.  Marriage and the “Success Sequence”

Written By Micah Clark  





8. State Marriage and Divorce Rate Statistical Testing: 2008 and 2018
 




9.  FOR THE LOVE OF RELATIONSHIPS – Making marriage cool





10. Delivering on the Evidence Act: How Agencies Can Engage Stakeholders in the Learning Agenda Process





11. "Don't Worry, Be Happy" is Not a Plan: Give me a Lever

Dr. Scott Stanley




12. HAPPINESS HOMEWORK: WEEK 2 — UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA

John Sommers-Flanagan



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Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. A Child’s Marriage Advice That Saved Our Nation

Susan Barth



OR

Don’t wait until we’re married to involve us in Jewish life

BY BETH RUTH VANDER STOEP





2. The power of the two-parent home is not a myth

Ian Rowe | Thomas B. Fordham Institute





3. GREATER GOOD PARENTING

Raising Caring, Courageous Kids
 

OR

Why Children Need to Hear Refugee Stories

JAMES MCCONCHIE


 

 
4. Journal of Marriage and Family Publishes 2020 Decade in Review
 




5. Cultural Relevance in Couple Relationship Education Courses
 
 Sarah Hokanson 





6. Love, Lies, and Money: Financial Infidelity in Romantic Relationships 

Emily N Garbinsky, Joe J Gladstone, Hristina Nikolova, Jenny G Olson





7. ‘Always on’ hi-tech work culture is hitting family life, says report
 
Jamie Doward  


OR

Two in five working parents feel compelled to put in extra hours at home

By Maggie Baska



 

8. What Everyone Can Learn From Parents of Big Families

Laura Vanderkam  





9. How do countries fight falling birth rates?

 



10. China's 2019 Top 10 News Events About Family Released

Editor: Wang Liyan  



OR




11. U.S. Marriage and Divorce Rates by State




12. Marriage and Family Therapy Saves Relationships

Todd Goodman, Public Affairs Specialist  



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Bill


Candidates for Friday Five

1. Finland: Finland's family cafes are helping solve one of parenting's biggest problems

Annabelle Timsit  






2. Family Systems Trends and Transitions: What They Mean For Military Families event

on Tue January 14th: 11:00 am-12:30 pm EST





3. Government confirms extra support for Troubled Families to succeed
 


OR

How major milestones like marriage, a first child, and divorce are coming later in life for most Britons... and you'll be happiest when aged between 65 and 74

MARK DUELL FOR MAILONLINE





4. The Names of 1.8 Million Emancipated Slaves Are Now Searchable in the World’s Largest Genealogical Database, Helping African Americans Find Lost Ancestors
 




5. 2 Articles Open Access to the Public


Best Practices in Relationship Education Focused on Intimate Relationships
Scott M. Stanley, Ryan G. Carlson, Galena K. Rhoades, Howard J. Markman, Lane L. Ritchie, and Alan J. Hawkins
Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Science
Published online: Dec. 18, 2019 | doi.org/10.1111/fare.12419 


 

6.What It’s Like to Date After Middle Age

FAITH HILL




7.Parental coaching adolescents through peer stress

Stephanie Henry





OR from same source 

How African American romantic partners support each other when faced with racial discrimination can affect mental, physical health, study shows

Stephanie Henry  








8. Study examines biomarkers, economic factors that may increase risk for cognitive decline

https://www.news.iastate.edu/news/2020/01/07/alzheimersretina










9. The other ‘marriage story’: divorce is at a 40-year low
Carolyn Moynihan

Candidates for Friday Five

1. 2019 Town Halls
Strong Families Thriving Children




2. The Beauty of a Wedding Anniversary

John Cuddeback  




3.  What 12 studies told us about family life in 2019

By Lois M. Collins





4. The state of our unions: The good news and bad news about marriage and family in America

Thursday, January 09, 2020 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm EDT 




5. HOW TO START TOUGH CONVERSATIONS

The Family Institute at Northwestern University





6. Easy Ways to Get Your Kids to Read More This Year

by Melissa Taylor





7. People Didn’t Used to Ask for ‘Space’ in Their Relationships

JULIE BECK
 




8. Is Social Media affecting Your Relationship?
 
Leigh Baumann
Baumann  





9. How happy couples handle money, according to marriage and money experts

Sofia Pitt  




10. A Free Gift Dads Can Give their Kids this Season...and Beyond

Posted by Melissa Steward



Thanks and Happy New Year to all!

Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. Best Practices in Relationship Education Focused on Intimate Relationships



2.  The Miseducation of the American Boy

Peggy Orenstein

The Miseducation of the American Boy

The Miseducation of the American Boy

3. Taking Sex Differences in Personality Seriously

Scott Barry Kaufman





4. Adult ADHD is hard on a marriage, but there’s help for couples

by Courtenay Harris Bond, For The Inquirer,





5.  Can You Change Your Personality? Scientists Say ‘Maybe’
By Karen Nikos-Rose





OR

How long does the average marriage last?



OR

Life milestones such as becoming parents, divorce and remarrying happening later, analysis by ONS finds





 
7. 

The Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” in 2019


BY KIRA M. NEWMANEMILIANA R. SIMON-THOMASJEREMY ADAM SMITHSUMMER ALLENTOM JACOBSSOPHIE MCMULLENELIZABETH HOPPER |





8. Family, not climate, top of mind for tweens
 




10.  

A Couples Therapist Analyzes the Marriage in 

Marriage Story



Thanks.
Bill