Candidates for Friday Five

1. 'It's Just Really Heartbreaking.' The Coronavirus Outbreak Is Forcing Couples to Rethink Their Weddings

TARA LAW






2. How to Keep the Greater Good in Mind During the Coronavirus Outbreak

JILL SUTTIE





3. Family Research CONSORTIUM on family research




4. Please join us for a virtual presentation by Rebecca Cunningham, M.D., Emergency Medicine Professor and Director of the Injury Prevention Center at the University of Michigan, on Tuesday, March 17, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm ET. The webinar is free and open to the public.

Register: https://obssr.od.nih.gov/behavioral-health-and-injury-prevention-the-emergency-department-as-a-window-to-community-and-population-health/

Presentation Overview:
This presentation will provide an overview of violence prevention among Emergency Department patients including the CDC best practice program, SafERteens.




5. For anxious spouses, a baby may be a rival

A new child can spark jealousy in needy partners





6. The state of relationships, marriages, and living alone in the US






7. 12 Resources for COVID-19 Anxiety






8. 6 Big Things Millennials Should Know About Entering the Sandwich Generation 

KORIN MILLER






9. Spouse recognized for work with Strengthening Military Marriage

Lakesha Cole





10. Middle-class marriage is declining, and likely deepening inequality

Richard V. Reeves and Christopher Pulliam





11. A New Guide for Living Well in a Jewish Marriage–How to Make it Work

Rochel Sylvetsky



Thanks. Stay safe!

Bill

Candidates for Friday Five

1. Too many black babies are born out of wedlock. An antiviolence activist wants to change that. | Jenice Armstrong

by Jenice Armstrong


OR

WHY BLACK WOMEN ARE AGING ALONE

By Carly Stern


 

2.  Reducing Child Poverty
Date: 
Tuesday, March 3, 2020 - 10:00am
Location: 
2358-C Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515
Reducing Child Poverty








3. Does marriage help achieve the American dream?

By Dennis Romboy@dennisromboy  





4.  First Marriage Rate in the U.S., 2018

Valerie Schweizer  





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





6. Family Fundamentals: The Secret Sauce to Booming Business | Dave Schramm | TEDxEustis
 
 




7. How to throw an (almost) zero-waste birthday party
 
Jamie Kiffel-Alcheh 





8. Research Scholars Program

2020 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

https://www.hispanicresearchcenter.org/emerging-scholars/research-scholars-program/?





9. 4 tips for how to run a successful family meeting

By Bridget Barnes / Boys Town





10.  How long does the average marriage last?






11. The Message of Marriage Story Works… Everyday!

Dr. Sue Johnson  




Thanks.

Bill


Candidates for Friday Five

1. What America Can Learn from Couples Therapy

Phil Cowan & Carolyn P. Cowan  




2. Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults: Opportunities for the Health Care System





3. Exploring Social Poverty: Low-Income Populations and the Impact of Family and Community Ties





4. Divorce rate: Each of these cities has the highest rate of divorced residents in its state

Hristina Byrnes



OR

National Marriage, Divorce Rates Both Declined in the Last 10 Years





5. Kids Navigating the Digital World:
5 Practical Tips for Parents

Michael Miller  





6. The rise of the only child: What’s behind the rising number of single-child families





7. Earned Income Tax Credit: Not just for working families
 



8. Best & Worst States to Raise a Family

Adam McCann





9. Social capital in the UK: 2020
 




10. 10 QUESTIONS TO BUILD A RESILIENT MARRIAGE


OR 

HOW TO RESPOND TO A PARTNER’S VENTING



OR


Encouraging good marital habits

 


11. Munk Debates – Lyman Stone: Baby boomers have ruined the future for millennials



Thanks.
Bill



Candidates for Friday Five

1. Understanding the Past to Improve the Future: Lessons Learned in Fatherhood Program Service Delivery
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 01:00:00 PM EST - 02:45:00 PM EST




OR

10 questions every couple needs to ask

  MEGAN SCHMIDT





3. Read the New Journal of Marriage and Family Decade in Review

Journal of Marriage and Family (JMF) has released its latest Decade in Review. This February 2020 issue is free access to the public for a full year.


how about this one

The Evolution of Fathering Research in the 21st Century: Persistent Challenges, New Directions


4. A Full 2020 Census Count of Military Service Members and Families Is Important to Their Communities





5. Dating across the aisle is difficult in the age of Trump
 
Daniel A. Cox






6. Faith and Family Play a Bigger Role in Academic Achievement Than Race or Socioeconomic Status
 






 7. VA PTSD Coach






8. How does parental work-family conflict impact on children’s mental health?

ANDISHEH VAHEDI, ISABEL KRUG AND ELIZABETH WESTRUPP





9. Cultural Relevance in Couple Relationship Education Courses

Sarah Hokanson




10. Valentine’s special: Free Relationship Check-Ups for URI Students




11. What do parents need to know about teens and sexting?

Samuel Ehrenreich
 



Thanks. 
I had internet issues this afternoon and early evening. 


Bill































Candidates for Friday Five

1. Family Perspectives, a student journal published by Brigham Young University's School of Family Life





2.  Harry Benson: Number 10 needs a Family Policy Unit

By Harry Benson


OR

UK has the fastest fall in divorce rates across Europe





3. Promoting Positive Adolescent Health Behaviors and Outcomes:
Thriving in the 21st Century
 




4. Education and Men without Work

Nicholas Eberstadt






5. National Marriage Week USA https://www.nationalmarriageweekusa.org/

Media and Publicity Tool Kit




6.  Introducing Kids to Forgiveness

Greater Good in Action - Science-based Practices for a Meaningful Life  







7. Congressional Prevention Policy Caucus





8. Americans Are Having Fewer Kids. Evangelicals Are No Exception
 
LIUAN HUSKA



OR

Few families occupy Greater Boston’s multi-bedroom homes, report says

Tim Logan




OR

STATE OF THE UNION






9.   Exploring Social Poverty: Low-Income Populations and the Impact of Family and Community Ties

When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020, 4:00 pm Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific 





10. First Comes Marriage

And then comes love

BY POOJA SALHOTRA





11. Is success a sequence? How choices affect outcomes

 host 

Brent Orrell

 joins 

Isabell Sawhill

 of the Brookings Institution and 

Ian Rowe 





Thanks.

Bill