Candidates for Friday Five

1. ‘Dearest Sweetheart’: The passion and poignancy of wartime love letters

Gillian Brockell




2. Recent Impact Findings from Demonstrations Serving Noncustodial Parents

 Elaine Sorensen





3. Swipe Right for Love




4. The Type of Love That Makes People Happiest

ARTHUR C. BROOKS




5. ELEVATE: Taking Your Relationship to the Next Level




6. Why the US is eyeing a $300 monthly child benefit





7. What does the declining U.S. fertility rate say about housing sales, Social Security and college?

 Lois M. Collins





8. DSU students, staff express why love languages are important

Rachel Lords





9. Study Suggests Link Between DNA and Marriage Satisfaction in Newlyweds

U of A psychologist Anastasia Makhanova





10. How to Become Positive Marriage Role Models

  Laura Guida





11. Faculty Marriage Stories

 LILLY CARMAN





12. National Caregivers Day – February 19, 2021



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Bill


Candidates for Friday Five

1. How Love Can Help Your Child Become More Compassionate

MARYAM ABDULLAH 





2. No ‘divorce boom’ in sight





3. China launches match-making campaign as marriage and birth rates drop





4. Marriage Advice From Kindergarteners

Sarah Dosmann





5. Love Letters From the Past Introduce Vermont Siblings to Their Long-Gone Grandparents

By DAN BOLLES





6. Queen Victoria’s wedding ring – a symbol of the passionate marriage she enjoyed with Prince Albert

By Elizabeth Jane Timms





7. Free Access to Marriage Records on MyHeritage This Valentine’s Day

 By Esther





8. Strengthening Families, Healthy Marriage & Responsible Fatherhood





9. ACF (from 2010) 



10. How to really listen to what someone you care about is saying







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Bill


Candidates for Friday Five

1. Family Strengthening Research: FY 2019





2. What “baby bust”? New and soon-to-be parents on choosing to have kids in dark times.

Chris Chafin, Vox





3. The gift of the COVID-19 pandemic: more playtime with dad

Paul Ramchandani of the University of Cambridge, UK





4. ‘Honey, I’m home – all the time:’ Pandemic life for married couples can lead to sadness, anger





5. 'Nobody wants to talk about death': Erin author doesn't want you to wait to write down your dying wishes





6. UC Davis study finds that the pandemic has impacted Latina mothers both financially and psychologically




7. Joe Biden Says That Sometimes a Marriage Has to "Be 70/30" in Order to Thrive






8. Marriage and Family Therapists’ Reporting of Telehealth Use on Practice Websites during COVID-19: A Linguistic Analysis

Thomas Bischoff ,Kevin Hynes,Rachel Tambling &Alexia Kingzette





9. Opinion: Does bipartisanship matter more than helping kids?

Opinion by 





10. Ep. 77-Sliding vs Deciding in Relationships with Dr. Scott Stanley


You Winning Life






11. FIVE REASONS TEEN GIRLS STOP TALKING TO THEIR DADS

CHRIS OWNBY






12. Far away, so close: Negotiating relationships during COVID-19

By Laurie Meyers




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Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. Is Marriage Becoming Irrelevant?

BY JEFFREY M. JONES





2. A National Agenda for Children’s Mental Health

Authors: Jessica Dym Bartlett, Brandon Stratford





3. Renewal and Mission of Hope

Susan Barth  





4. 2021 NCFR Conference Call for Proposals

Submission Due March 1, 2021





5. Family Strengthening Research: FY 2019

OPRE/ACF


OR

Final Cross-site Analysis of the 2015 Cohort of Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Grantees: Opportunity to Provide Input on Research and Dissemination Priorities

https://www.acf.hhs.gov/opre/report/final-cross-site-analysis-2015-cohort-healthy-marriage-and-responsible-fatherhood




6. Can the ‘Two-Sided Marriage’ Rebalance China’s Patriarchal Families?

Zhao Chunlan



OR

South Korea’s baby boost for married couples excludes nontraditional families

Jason Strother  


OR

Researchers find promoting marriage is the key to Asia’s demographic woes

Concern about chronically low fertility is increasing

Shannon Roberts





7. The Myth That Gets Men Out of Doing Chores

They’re just as good at recognizing messes as women—they just don’t feel the same pressure to clean them up.

JOE PINSKER








9. Confirmation bias and methodology in social science: an editorial

 Walter R Schumm





10. Unintended Births: Variation Across Social and Demographic Characteristics

Karen Benjamin Guzzo 


OR



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Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. Healthy Relationship Education Training





2. “Psychological Flexibility” May Be Key To Good Relationships Between Couples And Within Families

Emma Young  




3. An Introduction to Program Design and Implementation Characteristics of Federally Funded Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Grantees

Maria A. Ramos-Olazagasti, Mindy E. Scott, Julie Blechman, and Deja Logan





4. WEBINAR Replay: Does Marriage Still Matter? A Current Perspective





5.Final Cross-site Analysis of the 2015 Cohort of Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Grantees: Opportunity to Provide Input on Research and Dissemination Priorities





6. Caring dads probably came first, before providing dads

Lee T. Gettler of the University of Notre Dame  





7. The sex recession: how Britain lost its libido in lockdown

Rebecca Reid





8. The Black Lives Matter Movement: A Call to Action for Couple and Family Therapists

Shalonda Kelly  Gihane Jérémie‐Brink  Anthony L. Chambers  Mia A. Smith‐Bynum





9. Stop Saying You're 'Happily Married'

EMMA PATTEE





10. Why Marriage And Divorce Rates Are Dropping During The Pandemic

Naomi Cahn





11.Child Maltreatment 2019





12. How Marriages Affected Women in Ancient Rome

Robert Garland, Ph.D., Colgate University  





13. Marriage Matters virtual conference offers real help to couples

Eric Pilgrim



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Bill