tag:billcoffin.org,2013:/posts Coffin Corner 2020-04-02T15:37:17Z Bill Coffin tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1526484 2020-04-02T15:37:16Z 2020-04-02T15:37:17Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. WHEN LOW EXPECTATIONS ARE AN ADVANTAGE IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS

 Giulia Zoppolat and Francesca Righetti





2. Resources About the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
 
NCFR





3. ‘FEELING OBLIGATED’ CAN IMPACT RELATIONSHIPS DURING SOCIAL DISTANCING

Caroline Brooks, William Chopik, Jeewon Oh






4. BRUCE MOOSE AND THE WHAT-IFS

By Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D.





5. Protecting Your Relationship in the Shadow of Coronavirus
 





6.  Inspiring Change: Creating impact with evidence-based implementation






7. In the age of coronavirus social distancing, marriage skills are reaching new audiences

Seth Eisenberg





8. New UC Davis Research Suggests Parents Should Limit Screen Media for Preschoolers

By Karen Nikos-Rose  





9. ‘Are the kids alright?’: Societal shifts, youth actions
 
Erica Gelman  




10.  FAMILY AND SOCIETY
Move to curtail underage online porn epidemic

 Chris McCormack





11. Exploring Key Policy Challenges and Opportunities to Improve Care for People with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: A Workshop

NASEM





12. How G. E. M. Anscombe revolutionised 20th-century western philosophy





13. Spouse getting on your nerves? Help your marriage through stress of quarantine
 
Kevyn Burger






14 April Is National Child Abuse Prevention Month





Thanks

Bill 


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1524081 2020-03-26T18:59:41Z 2020-03-26T18:59:42Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. HOMESCHOOLING WHILE WORKING FROM HOME DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC BINGO

by KIMBERLY HARRINGTON




2. Get FREE Access To Online Relationship Classes!

First Things First
 

OR





3. COVID-19 – Family Social Science offers coping resources





4. Fatherhood & Coparenting

 Armon R. Perry, Aaron Rollins & Abby Perez





5. CORONAVIRUS: SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES ARE BRINGING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER, STUDY FINDS 

Sarah Young  



OR

COVID-19: our advice and tips for healthy relationships





6. How to stay married through coronavirus

By Hayley Gleeson





7. Navy Boot Camp Trainers Must Spend 90 Days Away from Families in Lockdown Measure

Military.com | By Gina Harkins and Hope Hodge Seck  






8. How can parents help children cope with COVID-19 disruptions?
  
SHARITA FORREST  


OR

Ten tips for on keeping your family on track during the COVID-19 pandemic






9. Generation 'Coronial': Will Self-Isolation Lead To A Baby Boom?
 

Antoinette Lattouf






10.  Can your marriage survive the coronavirus?

By Matt Villano, CNN





11. For Black Marriage Day, Charlotte couples share lessons in love and marriage

Katrina Louis  


 


12. Partners for a Healthy Baby: A Curriculum Home Visitors Can Trust





13. Greater Good’s Guide to Well-Being During Coronavirus






Thanks. Stay safe

Bill


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Bill Coffin
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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1521710 2020-03-19T17:30:07Z 2020-03-19T17:30:07Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Tips and Tools for Online Presentations and other NCFR resources







2.  Family Policy and Complex Contemporary Families: A Decade in Review and Implications for the Next Decade of Research and Policy Practice





3.Resources for children on COVID-19 and staying healthy


OR

3 Tips For Talking To Kids About Coronavirus And The National Shutdown

Frederick Hess



 

4. Preventing and Addressing Intimate Violence when Engaging Dads (PAIVED): Challenges, Successes, and Promising Practices from Responsible Fatherhood Programs




5.  How School Closures Can Strengthen Your Family

 Christine Carter


OR

Realistic ways for parents and families to cope with being stuck at home



 

6. Social Distancing Gone Wrong: Couples in Corona Crisis
 





 



8. Berlin 2020: Helping Families through Separation and Divorce: Collaboration, not Confrontation, in Social Plurality

66th ICCFR Conference

Date: 29-30 October 2020 in Berlin
 



9. Marriage Is What Brings Us 6 Feet Apart





10. Welcome to Marriage During the Coronavirus

Remember: Both of you are right.

 Jennifer Senior





11. Getting sick of your screen? Try these 11 family-friendly board games
 




Thanks.
Bill



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Bill Coffin
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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1519176 2020-03-12T17:45:03Z 2020-03-12T17:45:03Z 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

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1516885 2020-03-05T17:30:49Z 2020-03-05T17:30:49Z 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


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1514225 2020-02-27T20:16:07Z 2020-02-27T20:16:07Z 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



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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1509350 2020-02-14T01:54:58Z 2020-02-14T01:54:58Z 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































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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1507150 2020-02-06T22:42:34Z 2020-02-06T22:42:35Z 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

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1504330 2020-01-30T01:03:56Z 2020-01-30T01:03:56Z Candidates for Friday Five
1.  Disadvantaged Children who are Beating the Odds: Family, School, Neighborhood and City Contexts that Predict Academic Success among Socio-economically Disadvantaged Children





2.   Relationship Maintenance

Edited by Brian G. Ogolsky, J. Kale Monk

Cambridge University Press  


    



3. Tools that Support the Implementation of Home, Together

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness 





4. Seeking the Military Suicide Solution Podcast, Episode 3: Dr. Matt Miller






5. Can social and emotional learning models aim to create relationships? 
 
Julia Freeland Fisher | American Enterprise Institute





6. More Children Live With Half Siblings Than Previously Thought






7. CEO Mom's Nanny Job Ad Is Both Over The Top — & Totally Spot-On
 


 



8. New NCFR Olson Grant Invests in the Future of Family Science


OR

Family Life Education Month






9. Siblings of Kids With Intellectual Disabilities Score High in Empathy







10. What does the research say about the FAMILY Act?

Alix Gould-Werth

https://equitablegrowth.org/what-does-the-research-say-about-the-family-act/  



11. What’s the Return on Investment of a Fatherhood Program?

Posted by Christopher A. Brown





Thanks!
Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1501917 2020-01-23T15:54:38Z 2020-01-23T15:54:38Z 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



Thanks!
Bill
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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1499738 2020-01-16T17:28:06Z 2020-01-16T17:28:07Z 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  



Thanks.

Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1497339 2020-01-09T20:53:52Z 2020-01-09T20:53:52Z 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
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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1494884 2020-01-02T18:11:25Z 2020-01-02T18:11:26Z 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

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1490999 2019-12-19T23:43:26Z 2019-12-19T23:43:27Z 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



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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1488329 2019-12-12T20:21:53Z 2019-12-12T20:21:53Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. FP-19-27 Marriage to Divorce Ratio in the U.S.: Demographic Variation, 2018




2. 30 Core Disagreements Couples Encounter

Grant Hilary Brenner MD,  




3. 'I haven’t seen a healthy version of marriage': children of divorce on the lasting impact

Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett





4.  4B is the feminist movement persuading South Korean women to turn their backs on sex, marriage and children

Agence France-Presse    


OR

FEATURE: South Korean women saying ‘no’ to marriage

AFP, SEOUL





5.Marriage and pregnancy reduce crime

By STAR PARKER




6. Allegorical Maps of Love, Courtship, and Matrimony

The Public Domain Review  
 





7.  Launching the Navy Family Support Program: A Heartfelt Blend of History and Memoir (Kindle Edition)

by Ann O'Keefe (Author)






8. Call for Articles: Low-Income Families in the 21st Century

Deadline: Jan. 7, 2020





9.  For richer or for poorer? The economic case for marriage is worth remembering

Paul Ormerod




10. Family Strengthening Research (FY2018)

OPRE/ACF


OR





11. 2020 Census Will Help Policymakers Prepare for the Incoming Wave of Aging Boomers
 




12. 

Children with special health care needs are more likely to have adverse childhood experiences

By Deborah SeokDavid Murphey, and Fadumo M. Abdi





13. Evaluating the success of President Johnson’s War on Poverty: Revisiting the historical record using a full-income poverty measure




14. 
Promoting Positive Adolescent Health Behaviors and Outcomes: Thriving in the 21st Century
       
  Optimal Health coverAdolescence is a period of immense growth, learning, exploration, and opportunity during which youth develop the knowledge, attitudes, and skills that will help them thrive throughout life. While most youth traverse
adolescence without incident, some need additional support to promote their optimal health.

Sometimes such support comes in the form of prevention or intervention programs designed to encourage healthy behaviors that will follow the adolescent through adulthood. A committee of the National Academies was asked to identify the key elements that help make these programs effective in improving outcomes for youth.

While limited research prevented the identification of a set of key components, the committee’s review of available evidence did reveal the strengths of population-wide programs that consider adolescent risk taking as normative, support social-emotional learning and positive youth development, and are provided from childhood throughout adolescence. The committee’s report urges federal agencies to support these programs, as well as further research to enable the identification of core components of effective interventions.

Download the report  |  Read the summary  |  Read the Highlights  |  Brief for Policymakers  |  Press Release

Thanks.

Bill 


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1485774 2019-12-05T20:02:18Z 2019-12-05T20:02:18Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Are federally supported relationship education programs for lower-income people working?



OR

What it will take for social and emotional learning to succeed

Tuesday, December 10, 2019, 3:00 pm to 5:15 pm EDT



 


2. In this angry and stressed-out time, research says we can learn to be kinder

Steven Petrow   WAPO




3. “Solo” Dads and “Absent” Dads Not as Different as They Seem

LINDSAY M. MONTE
 




4.  Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Leveraging the Best Available Evidence

CDC

 
https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/pdf/preventingACES-508.pdf?deliveryName=USCDC_1104-DM9660




5. Immigration demographics: A look at the native and foreign-born populations





6. Parent-child reading and playing improves both cognitive development and social/emotional development in a mutually reinforcing way

A. Weisleder, C.B. Cates, J.F. Harding, S.B. Johnson, C.F. Canfield, A.M. Seery, C.D. Raak, A. Alonso, B.P. Dreyer, & A.L. Mendelsohn  






7. 4 Qualities You Should Look For in a Mate

Rian Gordon






8.  Is Divorce Costing Florida Too Much Money?

By Elena Sheppard





9. DIFI Forum Addresses Marriage Challenges Faced by Arab Families
 




10.   Groves Conference on Marriage and Family 2020 (Call for proposals by 12/20)
 Family Advocacy and Family Policy: Applying Family Research to Policy





11. Satisfaction Is Important, but Give Me a Lever to Pull
 
Scott M. Stanley Ph.D.






12. 
Register

December 12, 2019 , 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. 

Report Release Webinar https://nasem.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rzeZDVHfTwGHxNy9b13v2w?


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

https://sites.nationalacademies.org/DBASSE/BCYF/AdolescentHealth/Adolescent_Health_index.htm
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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1480648 2019-11-22T00:38:29Z 2019-11-22T00:38:29Z Candidates for Friday Five


2. Between- and Within-Subject Associations of PTSD Symptom Clusters and Marital Functioning in Military Couples







Tuesday, December 3, 2019
10:00 am - 11:30 am EDT




 5. Nation Celebrates Its 399th Annual Feast





6. Can Babies Learn to Love Vegetables?

 Burkhard Bilger





7. Relationship Education and Child Outcomes: Seeing Beyond Couple Effects

Sarah Hokanson & Alan J. Hawkins  





8.  Helicopter Parenting Leads To "Low Self-Regulation & Social Competence"

 ELIZABETH SARAH LARKIN



OR

Helicopter parents and ‘hothouse children’—WVU researcher explores the high stakes of family dynamics

 



9. The secret to a happy marriage could be spending five days a month apart
 
Lizzie Thomson





10. Communio Launches Major, Multi-Year Effort to Reduce Divorce in Denver
 




Thanks.

Bill 

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1477684 2019-11-14T18:59:08Z 2019-11-14T18:59:08Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. FSU research: Helicopter parenting hinders children's self-control skills

 Bill Wellock  





2. Resilience Factors Improve Health Prospects for Disadvantaged Children




3. Work, family, and community: A framework for fighting poverty

Angela Rachidi and Robert Doar | American Academy of Political and Social Science





4. Remarks by Vice President Pence at the 2019 National Adoption Month Celebration
 




5. Encouraging Kindness in Kids

From Greater Good in Action  
 




6. Gramsci, cultural Marxism and the cost of dismantling the natural family
 
Roger Kiska










8. State of Mind: Suicide is an increasing problem among military families

Andrew Feathe





9. How medieval marriages laws changed Western society
 




10.  STUDENT OPINION

Do You Want to Get Married Someday?

Shannon Doyne  




 11. THE CHUPPAH ADVANTAGE

In an era of declining marriage, American Jews show surprising resilience. Why?

By Charles Fain Lehman





12. This is when Millennials will get married across the US over the next 15 years

Kyle Schnitzer


 


13. Children’s Family Structure, 2019

 Krista K. Payne  




Thanks

Bill 

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1475006 2019-11-07T23:55:09Z 2019-11-07T23:55:09Z Candidates for Friday Five




2. More People Think It's Fine for Unwed Couples to Live Together. Here's Why Many Still Think Marriage Is Better
 
 BELINDA LUSCOMBE   Time 





3. Family Science in the News: Fathers' Cautionary Tales, Financial Disagreements, and Racial Divisions in the Working Class

NCFR
 



4.  Post-Workism & Total Work: 5 Future Scenarios when the Religion of Work Loses Followers

BY KYLE KOWALSKI




5. Mental Health Awareness is a family affair

By Staff Sgt. Matthew Coleman-Foster


OR



6. Divorce Rates Are Falling, but Put a Hold on the Celebration

By ALAN J. HAWKINS& BETSY VANDENBERGHE




 


7. In one earner families with young children, 90% of the time it’s still dad that works and mum that stays at home

Harry Benson





8. Teens who have a loving relationship with their mother are less likely to enter abusive relationships
 

MARCENE ROBINSON







9. How an Unfair Division of Labor Hurts Your Relationship

JILL SUTTIE





10. Mobilising churches can save marriages – it did in Jacksonville

Carolyn Moynihan   



OR

This nonprofit saves marriages one Facebook ad at a time

Zoey Maraist | Catholic Herald Staff Writer






11. The Church, intensive kinship, and global psychological variation



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Bill




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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1472233 2019-10-31T17:52:49Z 2019-10-31T17:52:50Z Candidates for Friday Five

Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 2-3:30 PM ET




2. The Marriage Strengthening Research and Dissemination Center Graduate Internship Program


OR



3. Addressing a Crisis: Cross-Sector Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Substance Use and Suicide

Trust for America’s Health (TFAH)  
 

OR

Death Rates Due to Suicide and Homicide Among Persons Aged 10–24: United States, 2000–2017

 Sally C. Curtin, M.A., and Melonie Heron, Ph.D.





4.  Mantherapy

Mantherapy offers mental health help specific to men age 25-54





5. Chroma partners with Relate on pilot to offer counselling support for adoption cases





6.  As his Alzheimer’s looms, Charles and Pam Ogletree take one last walk in love

By Jenna Russell Globe Staf





7.  Does time spent on social media impact mental health? New BYU study shows screen time isn’t the problem.

By Cami Buckley





8.  For Families: 7 Tips for Raising Caring Kids

Harvard






9. Embracing the Emotional Aspects of Public Policy Research

J.B. Wogan






10.   Pumpkin Mania: Math & Science 

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY





11. How engaged couples can receive a $20 discount on their marriage license




12. America’s sex recession could lead to an economic depression

Jake Novak@JAKEJAKENY
 



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How bout those NATS!

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1469688 2019-10-24T16:23:21Z 2019-10-24T16:23:21Z Candidtes for Friday Five
1. Marriage Rate in the U.S.: Geographic Variation, 2018

Colette Allred  





2.  6 Ways to Help Teens Become Successful Adults

Aubrey-Dawn Palmer


OR

How to Help Young People Transition Into Adulthood

BY BETTY RAY




3. You and Your Partner - new parents

OnePlusOne and Best Beginnings  
 



4. Family Map 2019 – Family and Religion




5. This Is the Best Way To Fight With Your Partner, According to Psychologists

CARLY BREIT  





6. Good Men Aren’t Getting Harder to Find
 
Daniel Friedman






7. Michigan birth rates lowest since 1941

Brittany Flowers




8. Fathers and mothers influence lifelong health in drastically different ways

Sarah Wells   





9.  How churches can save marriage — and American religiosity

by John-Paul DeGance





10. 
OR a specific article from Issue 4

PROTOCOL: Health, social care and technological interventions to improve functional ability of older adults: Evidence and gap map


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Bill

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1467139 2019-10-17T21:18:03Z 2019-10-17T21:18:04Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Emerging Practice Series: Oklahoma: Integrating Healthy Relationship Training into TANF Orientation to Equip Participants with Critical Soft Skills




2. 5 Easy ways to support your partner

Drs. John Van Epp and Morgan Cutlip  





3.  Can we strengthen marriage? Lessons from the Culture of Freedom Initiative in Jacksonville, Florida




4.  Health Visiting in England: A Vision for the Future

The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV)

  





5. Children Living in High-Poverty, Low-Opportunity Neighborhoods

By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

https://www.aecf.org/resources/children-living-in-high-poverty-low-opportunity-neighborhoods/?



6. Preventable Casualties — Our Precious Children

Susan Barth  





7.  Report: How Australia can invest in children and return more: A new look at the $15b cost of late action





8. How Baptists and Catholics Together Helped Save Thousands of Florida Marriages

A faith-based marriage campaign in Jacksonville appears to have driven divorce rates down. Can the model be replicated?
W. BRADFORD WILCOX AND ALYSSE ELHAGE




9.  Here’s why the Army is changing its family readiness groups

Karen Jowers






10. Fathers with hands-on approach to parenting makes for happier mothers

Padraig O'Morain





11. Marriage linked to longer lifespan, new data shows

Dennis Thompson, HealthDay News  




12. What No One Tells You About Becoming a Mother

JENARA NERENBERG 


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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1464380 2019-10-10T01:34:31Z 2019-10-10T01:34:31Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Podcast: Re-imagining America’s Safety Net




2. EVIDENCE INDICATES UNPAID CAREGIVERS MAY HAVE AN ELEVATED RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

By
 Ottawa Heart Institute




3. Can we strengthen marriage? Lessons from the Culture of Freedom Initiative in Jacksonville, Florida
 




4. 

Thoughts on the Typical Meaning of Predicting Divorce

 

Dr. Scott Stanley




5.  Good parenting reduces anti-social behaviour, new study suggests

Jonathan Williams





6. The number of people in the average U.S. household is going up for the first time in over 160 years

BY RICHARD FRY




7.  Care Comes with the Mail

Zoey Poll





8.  6 Major Signs Your Toddler Sees A Happy Marriage, According To Experts

By Ashley Jones




9. Deployments Ruin Military Families
 
Mark Stoneman  





10. JMFT Virtual Issue

Chronic Illness and Collaborative Care




 
11. What Jane Austen Thought Marriage Couldn’t Do

SHANNON CHAMBERLAIN



OR

Jane Austen's Daily Mirrors of Marriage

by Haley Stewart






Lisa A. Gennetian, Lina Guzman, María A. Ramos-Olazagasti, and Elizabeth Wildsmith
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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1462416 2019-10-03T17:24:12Z 2019-10-03T17:24:13Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Webinar: Supporting Parents of Children with Special Needs





2. This is a major (and insane) reason why Millennials and Gen Z are reluctant to get married

CW Headley




3. Resident Single Parents: Mothers & Fathers

Bowling Green State University  National Center for Family & Marriage Research (NCFMR)  





4. REVOLUTIONARY MEN

Pat Fagan, Ph.D.  

 




5. Modification to the Secondary Analyses of Strengthening Families Datasets Funding Opportunity Announcement


OR

Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness


OR

Using Data to Understand Your Program





6. Taking Account of Different Relationship-Belief Patterns in Relationship Education

By Sarah Hokanson





7. Guest Op-ed: Couples get discount for pre-marital education

By Paul Schvaneveldt





8. How Many People Like You Are Married? 

CHASE at Overflow Data  






9. (or save for next week?

Can we strengthen marriage? Lessons from the Culture of Freedom Initiative in Jacksonville, Florida





10. Farm Family Stressors: Private Problems, Public Issue
by Bonnie Braun, Ph.D.

OR

Is There a Fatherhood Wage Premium? A Reassessment in Societies With Strong Male‐Breadwinner Legacies






11. Marriage: The Best Health Supplement of All

Anne Gagliano 





12. First Things First: What women are looking for in a mate

Julie Baumgardner




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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1459823 2019-09-26T21:11:00Z 2019-09-26T21:11:00Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. The Marriage Strengthening Research and Dissemination Center (“MAST Center”) Networking Events at NCFR




2. Why love ends
 





3. How to Become a Scientist of Your Own Emotions

 JILL SUTTIE





4. Research Recap: Caregiving in Military and Veteran Families
 
Alla Skomorovsky, Jennifer Lee and Lisa Williams



OR

Strengthening the Military Family Readiness System for a Changing American Society  


OR

RELATIONSHIPS FOR READINESS: MFLN VC 2019





5. We Must Find Experiences That Reverse Brain Changes Caused By Early Adversity

Professor Seth Pollak 



OR

Children who face adversity have better long-term health if they have enough positive childhood experiences too

By Sara Jane Aubrey




6.  TRIGGER HAPPY


7. Vibrant and Healthy Kids: Aligning Science, Practice, and Policy to Advance Health Equity (2019)



OR

Shaping Summertime Experiences: Opportunities to Promote Healthy Development and Well-Being for Children and Youth  



 

8. Poverty Declined in 14 States and Puerto Rico in 2018






9. Context may explain why dads are happier and less stressed than moms

Katie Bohn, PSU





10. How to Move Past Conflicts with Your Partner
 





11. A healthy relationship can be tough when your child is a teenager, but you need to put the work in

ABC Life / By Amy Gray




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Bill

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1456859 2019-09-18T21:34:55Z 2019-09-18T21:34:56Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. 2019 NCFR Annual Conference Session Abstracts Now Available Online




2. Are wages rising, falling, or stagnating?

Richard V. Reeves, Christopher Pulliam, and Ashley Schobert  Brookings





3. Cardiac Caregivers: Invisible and In Need

 Karen Bouchard, PhDHeather Tulloch, PhD, C.Psych  Thrive Global





4. Video: How to Help Your Kids Understand Forgiveness

Susan Harris, Kelly Whalen & Maryam Abdullah

Watch Here





5. Here's What Young People All Over the World Say They Want Most in a Partner

 BELINDA LUSCOMBE, Time




6.  A Short History of Love

THESCHOOLOFLIFE.COM





7. China’s changing family structure: Dimensions and implications

Nicholas Eberstadt  AEI





8.  Challenging Trends of Mental Health Disorders in Children and Youth: A Webinar 


OR

September 26, 2019 ,11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. ET
 
Report Release Webinar

Shaping Summertime Experiences: Opportunities to Promote Healthy Development and Well-being for Children and Youth





9. Marriage in America Is a Luxury

Charles Fain Lehman  





10. UT Study: How Happy Couples Argue
 


OR

What are the Marital Problems of Happy Couples?A Multimethod, Two-Sample Investigation



 
11.  Pessimism about family life could hurt society and families, experts say of survey results

 Lois M. Collins , Deseret News  




12. Married CEOs are more committed to social issues than non-married peers

by Claire Hall, University of Connecticut




 

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Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1454317 2019-09-12T00:15:29Z 2019-09-12T00:15:30Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. A Crisis Of Care: As America Gets Older, Who Will Pick Up The Slack?

Susan Davis  


OR

Caregiver stress: The crucial, often unrecognized byproduct of chronic disease

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-09-caregiver-stress-crucial-unrecognized-byproduct.html





2. What are the factors that affect learning at your school?


Lauren Bauer  







3. 

RELATIONSHIPS FOR READINESS: MFLN VC 2019

MILITARY FAMILIES LEARNING NETWORK









4.

Poverty Rate for People in Female-Householder Families Lowest on Record


JOHN CREAMER AND ABINASH MOHANTY
   




OR




OR














6. How Training Just for Dads Helps The Whole Family

Juli Fraga



OR

FRPN Webinar: Findings from FRPN-Funded Projects 3: Engaging Mothers in Coparenting Interventions: Challenges, Characteristics of Mothers Who Engage & Outcomes

Sep 2019
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 2-3:30 PM ET







7. 

Marriage No Longer Ignored in Ontario’s Sex-Ed Curriculum











8. The journalism industry needs to invest in childcare, especially for conferences









9. 
Register for the webcast

September 16, 2019
1:30-3:00 (Eastern)

Virtual Workshop

Children’s Mental Health and the Life Course Model








Aug 2019 | Francesca Adler-Baeder, Julianne McGill, Ami Landers, Rachel Odomes, Alexander, Chan, Sallye Longshore, Nancy Buckner & Faye Nelson









11. Friday, September 13, 2019 | 10:00 am - 11:15 am

Fifth annual American Family Survey: Myths about families, plus what Americans really think about paid family leave








12.

Are Federally Supported Relationship Education Programs for Lower-Income Individuals and Couples Working?


Alan J. Hawkins







13. I may be viewing this tomorrow (Thurs) afternoon



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Bill







Bill Coffin

301-625-7737 | 301-518-5657 | billcoffin68@gmail.com

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1452219 2019-09-05T20:22:36Z 2019-09-05T20:22:36Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Are federally supported relationship education programs for lower-income individuals and couples working? A review of evaluation research

Alan J. Hawkins





2.  A User’s Guide to the Family Empowerment Leadership Academy (FELA) Resources 





3. “Meet Them Where They Are” Building Protective Factors for the Future





4. Happiness study raises fears over children's mental health

By Joe Lepper






5.Understanding the Marriage–Cohabitation Gap in Income Pooling: Evidence from 29 European Countries

Patrick Präg,Katia Begall,Judith Treas





6. ‘The Great Scattering’: How Identity Panic Took Root in the Void Once Occupied by Family Life

Mary Eberstadt





7. The Fragile Families & Child Wellbeing Study releases restricted use contract data to the public





8. Alexis Ohanian, father of Reddit, on the importance of family leave and being a dad

By Jeneé Osterheldt, Globe Columnist
 




9. Annual report highlights ways to support service members, veterans and families





10.  Marriage may decrease risk of developing dementia, study says
Deborah DiSesa Hirsch, HealthDay News




11. Do Unmarried Women Face Shortages of Partners in the U.S. Marriage Market?
 


 


12.  Beliefs about uncommitted sex may put marriages at risk

ASSOCIATION FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE


Beliefs about uncommitted sex may put marriages at risk

BY: KATHLEEN HAUGHNEY






13.  Greenwood, Jeremy, Nezih Guner, and Karen Kopecky. 2019. 
"The Wife's Protector: The Effect of Contraception on Marriage during the 20th Century."
 University of Pennsylvania Population Center Working Paper (PSC/PARC), 2019-28






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Bill

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