Candidates for Friday Five

1. Is Epigenetics Inherited?



2. Supporting Healthy Marriages among Fathers with Histories of Incarceration





3. 5 PEOPLE WHO SHOULD READ FRIENDS, PARTNERS & LOVERS

Kevin A. Thompson





4. How to Improve Emotional Intelligence: 15+ Tips for Awareness







5. Work and ‘Character’

Andy Smarick





6. A new economic study shows how your birth order can influence your career

Sandra E. Black






7. John Gottman and Julie Gottman to Discuss New JFTR Article on Facebook Live
Tune In May 5 for the Live Interview





8. These college majors predict when you will marry

Kari Paul





9. Rise of 'silver singles' after hike in divorce rates in 70s put them off marriage

Olivia Rudgard





10. 8 Tips to Help You Thrive in Your First Year of Marriage

Jo Piazza







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When was your last date?
Perhaps there was a time in your relationship when dating came easily. The ideas flowed, blocking out time was almost effortless, anticipation kept you awake at night, and the days before a scheduled date seemed to pass by slowly. Now... 5, 10, 15+ years into your relationship, perhaps dating feels stale, laborious, and maybe even non-existent.
 
Inject some new energy into dating your loved one!
 
1. Take off the pressure. Dates don't have to be time consuming, expensive, and momentous. It's about spending intentional time with your partner.
 
2.   Recalibrate your expectations. Likely you've changed and your partner has changed. What does your relationship need now? Consider activities that will enable you to discover each other again, have fun and laugh, relax, or just be together.
 
3. Try something new with your partner.   Here are 52 ideas, one for each week of the year.

March Social Media Recap

A letter from our VP: The New York Times most read story of 2016 recently popped back up on the most popular list again, nearly a year after in first ran last May. As is often the case for the most popular story, the topic was love and relationships: "Why You Will Marry the Wrong [...]...»

Have you ever woken up one morning, nothing is actually wrong, but you feel like you've got a huge weight on your shoulders?  Or that your body aches, even though you darn well know you didn't exercise the night before?  Or that it seems to take much more concentration to smile than usual?  We all [...]...» 
 
 
Counseling seems scary. But here's a secret that could protect your future marriage- it's not scary! See, it isn't counseling itself that is nerve-racking (though seeking help does often come with a stigma), but rather, it is the knowledge that at that counseling appointment, you will have to be vulnerable. You will be asked to [...]...» 
    
 
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1. Why Getting Fired Is Worse Than Divorce

Chris Stokel-Walker






2. At the heart of health

Andrea Mrozek







3. Final Implementation Findings from the Responsible Fatherhood Reentry Projects





4. 

How to Be a Lifelong Learner


 Kira M. Newman



OR


Don't Let Passive-Aggression Ruin Your Relationship
 
By Andrea Brandt

 
Learning to express anger in a healthy way will help couples resolve conflicts, instead of letting them simmer.
 





5. 
The Social and Behavioral Sciences in K-12 Education: Past, Present, and Future: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief
The Social and Behavioral Sciences in K-12 Education: Past, Present, and Future: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief

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OR

Approaches to the Development of Character:
Proceedings of a Workshop









6.  ​The kindle edition of this wonderful new book is only $0.99... seehttp://bentoleal.com/

Go to "4 Essential Keys to Effective Communication in Love, Life, Work--Anywhere!: A How-To Guide for Practicing the Empathic Listening, Speaking, and Dialogue Skills to Achieve Relationship Success" page













7. Childhood Family Structure and Intergenerational
​ ​
Income Mobility in the United States

Deirdre Bloome






8. Romeo and Juliet Would Have Broken up…Quickly

James Stein





9. Seattle millennials change homes here more often than anywhere else in U.S.




OR

Connecticut has the lowest marriage rate in the U.S.


which cites Marriage and Divorce







10. Healthy Marriage Retreat



OR






11. Love, marriage, kids — life doesn’t follow a set timeline. So don’t expect it to.

Lisa Bonos








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Candidates for Friday Five

1. Why Getting Fired Is Worse Than Divorce

Chris Stokel-Walker






2. At the heart of health

Andrea Mrozek







3. Final Implementation Findings from the Responsible Fatherhood Reentry Projects





4. 

How to Be a Lifelong Learner


 Kira M. Newman



OR


Don't Let Passive-Aggression Ruin Your Relationship
 
By Andrea Brandt

 
Learning to express anger in a healthy way will help couples resolve conflicts, instead of letting them simmer.
 





5. 
The Social and Behavioral Sciences in K-12 Education: Past, Present, and Future: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief
The Social and Behavioral Sciences in K-12 Education: Past, Present, and Future: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief

Download Free PDF












OR

Approaches to the Development of Character:
Proceedings of a Workshop









6.  ​The kindle edition of this wonderful new book is only $0.99... seehttp://bentoleal.com/

Go to "4 Essential Keys to Effective Communication in Love, Life, Work--Anywhere!: A How-To Guide for Practicing the Empathic Listening, Speaking, and Dialogue Skills to Achieve Relationship Success" page













7. Childhood Family Structure and Intergenerational
​ ​
Income Mobility in the United States

Deirdre Bloome






8. Romeo and Juliet Would Have Broken up…Quickly

James Stein





9. Seattle millennials change homes here more often than anywhere else in U.S.




OR

Connecticut has the lowest marriage rate in the U.S.


which cites Marriage and Divorce







10. Healthy Marriage Retreat



OR






11. Love, marriage, kids — life doesn’t follow a set timeline. So don’t expect it to.

Lisa Bonos








Thanks Alysse







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