Candidates for Friday Five

1. What is Your Phone Doing to Your Relationships?

 

EMMA SEPPALA






OR

Marriage troubles linked to health problems for men: study

 Tony Whitfield, SWNS


http://nypost.com/2017/10/09/marriage-troubles-linked-to-health-problems-for-men-study/


OR

A Man's Health May Rely on Health of His Marriage

Randy Dotinga HealthDay Reporter
3. Year-round outdoor play can boost kids’ performance in school






4. DfE urged to reinvigorate character drive to combat cyberbullying


 Neil Puffett






OR

Study Shows Couples Planning Retirement Need More Support






5. This Woman’s Essay About The Sad Reality Of Why Women End Up Nagging Men Is Going Viral

KATE DESMOND






6. 3 Things You Can Do Right Now to Make Your Marriage Happier

Jill Sieracki



OR

Relationships Under Review in New Book ‘The All-or-Nothing Marriage’

Alexandra Silets






7. Nonprofit View: MREC helps couples prepare for marriage

Amy Gilford — Marriage and Relationship Education Center





8. Dads are often having fun while moms work around the house





9. Can you afford to get married? In the US, it's increasingly the privilege of the rich

Lucy Rock






10. IS YOUR MARRIAGE GOOD…OR JUST GOOD ENOUGH?



OR

The Fierce Marriage Podcast

By Ryan and Selena Frederick





11. The share of Americans living without a partner has increased, especially among young adults

 RICHARD FRY




Candidates for Friday Five

1. Nine Charts about Wealth Inequality in America (Updated)









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How might we inspire experiences and expressions of gratitude in the workplace?




       
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The GGSC is excited to announce a new funding opportunity for schools, faith-based groups, and other community-based organizations that want to help parents raise caring, courageous kids. The grants we award will range from $25,000 to $150,000. Our request for proposals will be open until December 11!

 



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Coping in the Wake of the Las Vegas Shooting, and Incidents of Mass Violence and Terrorism

NCFR members and staff mourn the loss of life following the Las Vegas mass shooting, now being called the deadliest in modern U.S. history. We give thanks to all the first responders who care for people on the scene of violence and tragedy. For the professionals who work with families in the aftermath of these events, we have gathered resources for helping individuals and families cope, and also to help children understand and process these events. NCFR will continue to update these collections as new materials become available and relevant.

find resources






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Sharing the parenting duties could be key to marital bliss: study







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Father engagement from three months strengthens infants’ cognitive development

Vaheshta Sethna

https://childandfamilyblog.com/engagement-dad-cognitive-development/






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IDS SHOULD CHAMPION MARRIAGE, NOT RELATIONSHIP COUNSELLING
Harry Benson, Marriage Foundation








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To bicker less, try getting some more sleep
Well-rested couples better able to argue constructively, study shows. 

By Tara Parker-Pope New York Times









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Age Variation in the Divorce Rate, 1990-2015





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2016 ACS 1-year estimates are available in American FactFinder and the API.​






10. 
NATIONAL RESEARCH SUMMIT ON CARE, SERVICES AND SUPPORTS FOR PERSONS WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS







11. 
Marriage as a training ground

Examining change in self-control and forgiveness over the first 4 years of marriage

First Published July 24, 2017 Research Article




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DIVORCE RUNS IN FAMILIES AND COULD BE GENETIC, STUDY FINDS

DAVE MACLEAN


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Candidates for Friday Five

1. Parenting and Family Structure After Divorce: Are They Related?

Bastaits, Kim and Mortelmans, Dimitri
Journal of Divorce & Remarriage (2017). Published online first DOI:10.1080/10502556.2017.1345200

Read more http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10502556.2017.1345200?journalCode=wjdr20





2. 
 
 
By Maryam Abdullah
 

This is a time of intense political partisanship. How can we avoid feeding hate and distrust in our children?

 





3. 

Mom – and parenting policy – can learn from Dad


Natasha J. Cabrera






4. How Did Marriage Become a Mark of Privilege?







5. What’s behind Declining Male Labor Force Participation

Fewer Good Jobs or Fewer Men Seeking Them?

Scott Winship






6. Home Care Aides and the Search for Hours






7. 6 Secrets to a Healthy Marriage (From Old Couples)

Jon Miltimore







8. What Are You Reading…On Marriage








9. Playgroups in Australia: building the evidence base






10. Since 2013, minorities and Americans without high school diplomas showed greatest gains in wealth, Federal Reserve report shows









11. Millennials, marriage, and the ‘success sequence’

JOSEPH SUNDE






Jenna Jonaitis









Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. September 22, 2017

The Transformation of Men, Marriage, and Monogamy











3. US: House Ways and Means advances legislation to reauthorize home visitation program (Press release)
National Association of Counties (NACO) - September 19, 2017
On September 13, members of the House Ways and Means Committee voted to advance H.R. 2824, the Increasing Opportunity and Success for Children and Parents through Evidence-Based Home Visiting Act. The bill would reauthorize the Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV) Program at its current level of $400 million per year for Fiscal Years 2018 - 2022. H.R. 2824 will require a vote on the House floor and consideration in the Senate before becoming law.





4. 

APPLY TO BE A BETTER ANGELS MODERATOR!





5. 

Couples weather bickering with a little help from their friends

Source:
University of Texas at Austin





6. CAN   MARRIAGE    BE    SAVED?






7. Women Know Better What Other Women Think and Feel: Gender Effects on Mindreading across the Adult Life Span

Renata Wacker1,2*, Sven Bölte3 and Isabel Dziobek2

EDITED BY Mariska E. Kret Leiden University, Netherlands






8. Americans see men as the financial providers, even as women’s contributions grow

 KIM PARKER AND RENEE STEPLER







Adina Solomon 


OR




10. Six points on race and culture in America. Camille Busette, Richard V. Reeves, and Eleanor Krause share key takeaways from a recent conversation on race, class, and culture in America with J.D. Vance, author of "Hillbilly Elegy" and William Julius Wilson, author of "The Truly Disadvantaged."





11. Married, Bored, and Confused
An all-too-modern look at monogamy.






Thanks Alysse



Bill





Candidates for Friday Five

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Fathers learn to relate to their children through CA R3 Academy classes



 
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​3. ​
Why Stinky Socks May Bother Women More Than Men

​LEONARD SAX, M.D.





4. Parents Building Trust Through Emotional Intelligence






5. U.S. Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking Releases Report




6.      A Manifesto to strengthen Families

More than 50 Tory MPs and peers are calling on the government to create a cabinet-level families minister post to better co-ordinate family policy across departments. The group, of 44 MPs and eight peers, including former Education Secretary Nicky Morgan, ex-Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith and former children's minister Tim Loughton, also wants a senior minister in all government departments to measure how policies impact on families.

 

The group's Strengthening Families Manifesto wants to see a future Families Secretary's cross-governmental brief added to an existing cabinet post, such as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, and backed by its own budget and civil service team. ​














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State-Led Evaluations of Family Engagement: The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program










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Penn State’s 25th Annual Symposium on Family Issues to be held Oct. 23-24









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New research says this kind of daily prayer can change your marriage
Calah Alexander






11. 
How Do Close Relationships Lead to Longer Life?






12. 
Technical Specialist – Healthy Marriage and
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Families (

Job Number:

 1700003086)





 

Thanks Alysse