tag:billcoffin.org,2013:/posts Coffin Corner 2021-02-18T21:22:21Z Bill Coffin tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1655774 2021-02-18T21:22:21Z 2021-02-18T21:22:21Z 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



Thanks.
Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1652945 2021-02-11T22:16:31Z 2021-02-11T22:16:32Z 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







Thanks

Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1649720 2021-02-04T22:23:38Z 2021-02-04T22:23:38Z 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

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1646253 2021-01-28T19:56:52Z 2021-01-28T19:56:52Z 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

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1643144 2021-01-21T17:42:15Z 2021-01-21T17:42:15Z 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



Thanks

Bill



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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1640177 2021-01-14T21:07:18Z 2021-01-14T21:07:18Z tonight
The Future of Christian Marriage - Catholic Information Center

Marriage has come a long way since biblical times. Women are no longer property, and practices like polygamy have long...

https://cicdc.org/event/the-future-of-christian-marriage/

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1640127 2021-01-14T17:45:32Z 2021-01-14T17:45:32Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Reducing the marriage tax penalty for low-income families

Angela Rachidi and Peyton Roth | AEIdeas





2. A Shift in American Family Values Is Fueling Estrangement

JOSHUA COLEMAN





3. Census Bureau Releases New Estimates on America’s Families and Living Arrangements






4. Toolkit for Supporting Young Families Through Human Services
 
OFA





5. Healthy relationship education training will be virtual in February in Iowa

Farm Forum





6. Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Research and Evaluation

ACF Research and Evaluation Agenda





7. Spouses: Help researchers delve into long-term effects of military life

Karen Jowers





8. Conflict between divorced parents can lead to mental health problems in children

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY









10. Getting Along With Your Spouse's Siblings and Their Spouses

by Barry J. Jacobs and Julia L. Mayer



OR

 The Psychology Behind Sibling Rivalry

Jessica Grose





11. Explaining The Magic 5:1 Ratio Rule For Parents

 DORA NUSs-WARREN




12. What 2020 has taught us about marriage

Mitchell Qualls  



OR

Investigating the status of marital burnout and related factors in married women referred to health centers

Mahbobeh Nejatian, Ali Alami, Vahideh Momeniyan, Ali Delshad Noghabi & Alireza Jafari

BMC Women's Health





13. Promise Keepers Offers Free Online “Marriage Summit” Helping Guys Build Strong Marriages In Stressful Times

Richard Hunt





'Marriage: A Story of Love in 28 Parts' has long-time couples rolling

Annie Reneau




Till next week...

Bill


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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1636568 2021-01-06T21:45:57Z 2021-01-06T21:45:58Z Re: Candidates for Friday Five
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12. 2021 Groves Conference On Marriage and Family

Deadline for proposals: Feb. 25, 2021




13. Commentary on the Culture of Prevention

Zili Sloboda & Susan B. David





14. The Pandemic And Family Life: An Interim Report

Karlyn Bowman





15. Charting a Course for Economic Mobility and Responsible Parenting - Cohort 2

Department of Health and Human Services
Administration for Children and Families - OCSE






16. Does Marriage Still Matter? A Current Perspective

Wed, Jan 13, 2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST














































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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1634300 2020-12-31T22:00:28Z 2020-12-31T22:00:28Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Get married for the sake of the children




2. CoupleTalk is LIVE in January!




3. Behavioral Health Prevention Training Modules for the Classroom

January 12, 2021, 2–3 PM Eastern


Registrationhttps://umaryland.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIscuivpjsoGNaTlpqOBV_gboVt6254BD3g





4. Romantic relationships remained surprisingly stable during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic





5. Navigate the complex field of social and emotional learning
 





Melissa S. Kearney and Phillip B. Levine  





7. Hygiene, communication matter more than common interests in relationships, survey shows

Chris Melore






8. How Introvert-Extrovert Couples Can Make it Work (without Losing Their Minds) During Covid Quarantine

L’Oreal Thompson Payton   





9. Utah divorce decline mirrors national trend

Written by Charlie Schill




10. COVID-19 to worsen S. Korea’s falling birthrate, marriage rate




11. ACF Research and Evaluation Agenda



HAPPY NEW YEAR to ALL !  Hope it's a safe and healthy one.

Bill

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1629019 2020-12-17T21:39:35Z 2020-12-17T21:39:36Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. How to help kids build resilience amid COVID-19 chaos  

Laura Santhanam  




2. A positive relationship between parents can protect children from the negative effects of paternal depression

BY BETH ELLWOOD


OR

Compassionate parenting is likely to lead to more generous kids




3. Videos from Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS)

ACF/HHS




4. The power of validation in helping people stay positive

Emily Caldwell, Ohio State News





5. Learned Helplessness, Criminalization, and Victimization in Vulnerable Youth





6. Monthly Networking Calls for Children's Trust and Prevention Funds and their State Systems Partners





7.Japan Embraces AI Matchmaking

Ryan Duffy




8. Case study: ‘Me, You and Baby Too’





9. How Marriage Affects Health in Older Adults


Wendy Helfenbaum 





11. New curriculum guides communities on engaging with youth




12. Navy hires special education attorneys as part of pilot program for families

ROSE L. THAYER | STARS AND STRIPES 




13. The reality of Black men’s love lives and marriages is very different than what’s usually shown on TV – I spent years actually talking to them

Armon Perry  




Thanks and Merry Christmas to all.
Bill

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1626528 2020-12-10T18:44:21Z 2020-12-10T18:44:21Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Achieving Improved Child and Family Well-Being Through Prevention, A Call for System Adaptation

Dr. Dana Weiner   Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago





2. Relationships & Rituals: How Young People Are Handling the 2020 Holidays






 Brian Calhoun, Jason Williams, Mark Greenberg, Celene Domitrovich, Michael Russell, and Diana Fishbein  in Frontiers in Psychology




4.New American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates for the First Time Provide Data on Three Time Periods That Don’t Overlap

NICOLE SCANNIELLO

 
OR

U.S. Marriage and Divorce Rates Declined in Last 10 Years











6. Why Some Families Laugh Together and Others Fight





8. THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE AND THE ROYAL FOUNDATION RELEASE THE #5BIGINSIGHTS IN THE BIGGEST EVER STUDY ON THE EARLY YEARS





9. Pandemic divorces are tragic. The data tell a more complete story

By the Deseret News Editorial Board




10. The good, the bad and the lonely: how coronavirus changed Australian family life

Megan Carroll, Diana Warren, Jennifer A. Baxter, Kelly Hand





11. New program for African American couples leads to stronger relationships, improved health






12. $119 million in Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood grants awarded by HHS’ Administration for Children and Families




Thanks!
Bill

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1623947 2020-12-03T17:47:45Z 2020-12-03T17:47:45Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Developments in Child and Family Policy in the EU in 2019

European Large Families Confederation




2. Pathways-to-Outcomes Snapshots: Tools for Building Evidence for Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Programs

OPRE, ACF





3. For Hard Conversations, Families Fall Into Four Categories

By Kelsey Crowe and Juli Fraga





4. Children’s play in the COVID-19 pandemic

Chiel van der Veen, Mireille Smits-Van Der Nat, Femke Van Der Wilt and Elizabeth Wynberg  of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands



OR


10 ways to support children’s emotional well-being during COVID-19

Child Trends  






4. Relationship Quality at home has a positive impact on Work Engagement

by Mandi Smith






5. U.S. Census Bureau Statistics Paint a Detailed Portrait of the Changing American Family

DERICK MOORE
 




6. Local military families have access to a new support resource

By Angela Benitez





7. No sex no marriage: why Japan has so many sex-free marriages and why a rising number of people want to stay single


OR

'I do' gives way to 'I don't' as marriages plummet even before pandemic



https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/i-do-gives-way-to-i-don-t-as-marriages-plummet-even-before-pandemic-20201128-p56iqg.html




8. Saint Francis Launches Fatherhood Initiative After Grant

Published by Nikki Ratay






9. Half of the undergraduate student body completes Marriage Pact, almost 3,000 receive matches

FLORA MENG


OR

Yale students take a shot at love with ‘Marriage Pact’ questionnaire






10. How Many Years of Life Will a Bad Relationship Cost You?

Mark Travers Ph.D.






11. Proposed Information Collection Activity; Comment

 

Request; Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Performance Measures and Additional Data Collection (New Collection)


A Notice by the Children and Families Administration on 11/30/2020






12. Giving thanks can keep marriages going

Aaron Hale




Thanks
Bill

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1619074 2020-11-19T22:14:22Z 2020-11-19T22:14:22Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Family Conflict Is Normal; It’s the Repair That Matters

DIANA DIVECHA





2.  Strengthening Families Legislation Introduced
 Strengthening Families for Success Act of 2020





3.A Way Forward for Working Parents

 Daisy Dowling





4. Characteristics and Financial Circumstances of TANF Recipients, Fiscal Year 2019





5. Emotional adaptation to relationship dissolution in parents and non-parents: A new conceptual model and measure

Abigail Millings, Shannon L. Hirst, Fuschia Sirois, Catherine Houlston





6. November 30–December 3, 2020: National Research Conference on Early Childhood (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families)










8. Managing Work-Family Caregiving Conflict for The Workplace of the Future

P Dombrowski-Wilson  





9. Political Divide: How To Stay Civil With Family Members This Holiday Season





10. The Science of Families: Nurturing Hope, Happiness, & Health




11. Marriage-to-Divorce Ratio in the U.S.: Geographic Variation, 2019

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

Leslie Reynolds





12. What’s the number 1 way to change your marriage? Today the Rosbergs share lessons learned from divorced people and what they say they would have done differently.




13. Five Programs, Five Implementation Experiences: Resources for Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Grantees




Have a great Thanksgiving

Bill


















































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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1615982 2020-11-12T19:29:21Z 2020-11-12T19:29:21Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. ‘The Origins of You’: A book event with Jay Belsky and Terrie E. Moffitt

Ian Rowe and Naomi Schaefer Riley | AEI web event on Friday, November 13



OR

Scott Winship on Income Inequality, Poverty, and Social Mobility

Banter: Episode 415





2. Ann O'Keefe Author Chat - Launching the Navy Family Support Program

Naval Historical Foundation  




3. Understanding the effects of Covid-19 through a life course lens

Richard A.Settersten, et al., Elsevier  





4. Principles of excellence in Relationship Education


OR

Ensuring all children get the best start in life: A population approach to early intervention and prevention

Daryl Higgins & Adam Dean  




5. 

(Study) The reasons women in Germany are delaying motherhood






6. World Kindness Day




7. Series Webinar -- Marriage Strengthening Research (MAST) & Dissemination Center and National Council on Family Relations (NCFR)
Conversation 3: Applied Research at NCHS and the Census
Webinar Date: November 19




8. USU awarded two $5 million grants for Fatherhood and Relationship Education





9. What’s Love Got to Do With a Lasting Marriage?

Shoba Sreenivasan, Ph.D., and Linda E. Weinberger, Ph.D.






10.Pathways-to-Outcomes Snapshots: Tools for Building Evidence for Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Programs


OR

Pathways-to-Outcomes: How Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Program Activities May Lead to Intended Outcomes

https://www.acf.hhs.gov/opre/resource/pathways-to-outcomes-how-healthy-marriage-and-relationship-education-program-activities-may-lead-to-intended-outcomes-webinar



11. Spirituality and the Lifetime Course of Mental Illness: Support for Patients, Caregivers, and Family by Faith Communities





12. In the chaos of raising a toddler there lies a path to nirvana

Psyche, professor Kurt Gray




Thanks 
Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1611557 2020-11-02T22:21:29Z 2020-11-02T22:21:29Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Children’s well-being indicator review, UK: 2020




2. Impacts of family structure on puberty onset in girls

by BioMed Central





3. Relationship stress and COVID top military family counseling needs

by Abraham Mahshie





4. Focusing on the family: policy issues in the Covid-19 era

Sue Shortland





5. The gap between the partisan couples is wider than ever.

BY JONATHAN EDWARDS





6. 12 Questions to Ask Your Partner Before Marriage

by Léa Rose Emery





7. Love and marriage in the time of the Coronavirus

 by Shmuely Boteach





8. How Does an Economist View the Marriage Market?

Kristie Engemann





9. U.S. Marriage and Divorce Rates by State: 2009 & 2019



OR

Coupled Households in the United States 

https://www.census.gov/library/visualizations/interactive/couple-households-acs-2019.html






10. IZA DP No. 13811: Who Married, (to) Whom, and Where? Trends in Marriage in the United States, 1850-1940

Claudia Olivetti, M. Daniele Paserman, Laura Salisbury, E. Anna Weber



OR





11. First Things First: How to agree to disagree with your spouse

Julie Baumgardner





12. November Is National Adoption Month: Engaging Youth Voice in Permanency Planning

Jerry Milner, Associate Commissioner, Children’s Bureau  





Thanks. We're headed to the eastern shore for a few days of biking starting Tuesday. 

Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1609865 2020-10-29T18:57:41Z 2020-10-29T18:57:41Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Chronic, Low-Level Parental Conflict Contributes To Children’s Mental Health Problems

By Chrystyna D. Kouros



OR

Sort It Out campaign

A campaign to stop children being harmed by conflict between their warring parents





2. New Research Shows The Best Way to Express Gratitude to Your Loved One, And It's Easy

CARLY CASSELLA






3. Protective Factors Framework








OR


FAMILIES TACKLING TOUGH TIMES TOGETHER




 
5. COVID-19 could erase parenting gains of the last 30 years

Up Front (Brookings Institution)
Rebecca Ryan, Ariel Kalil, Susan Mayer, and Rohen Shah  





6. National Academy of Sciences Enlists Gaming Community to Boost Public Understanding of COVID-19




7. Setting the Foundation for Safe, Supportive, and Equitable School Climates

Iris Jacob, Deborah Temkin, Rosemary Rodriguez, Obioma Okogbue, Suzanne Greenfield, Ryan Roemerman




8.Strategies to Integrate Self-Regulation into Healthy Marriage Programs for Youth
 
Self-Regulation Training Approaches and Resources to Improve Staff Capacity for Implementing Healthy Marriage Programs for Youth (SARHM): Final Report





9. As holidays near, the coronavirus is spreading rapidly, putting families in a quandary about celebrations and travel





10. UCF receives $7.5 million grant to help save relationships during COVID-19
 


OR the full list

 ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES OFFICE OF FAMILY ASSISTANCE

 FY 2020 HEALTHY MARRIAGE AND RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD GRANTEES (2020 –2025)1  




11. The Hardest Fight to Have With Your Teen

Jessica Grose  





12. New online, research-based program aims to strengthen relationships


UI study focuses on keys to successful romantic relationships



13. Parents can create new Halloween traditions during pandemic




Bonus for those who scroll all the way down...



Thanks

Bill


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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1607273 2020-10-22T21:13:19Z 2020-10-22T21:13:19Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. How to Talk to Loved Ones with Differing Political Opinions

Asia McNeil  


OR

How to repair a family rift

Pam Weintraub





2. Reframing aging in contemporary politics






3. Parents are the greatest influence on children’s learning, but how can this influence be harnessed?

Jennifer E. Lansford of Duke University  





4. How Parents Can Support Children With Special Needs During Distance Learning

 Rebecca Branstetter



OR

Lived experience of people with disabilities: Shaping policy and practice





5. Continuing Conversations: Non-Academic Career Paths for Researchers Studying Families and Relationships

Hosted by MAST Center & NCFR


OR

Special Issue Call for Papers: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Lives of Emerging Adults






6. TAKING STOCK WITH TEENS - FALL 2020 INFOGRAPHIC





7. Inspiring Change 2.0

Creating impact with evidence-based implementation





8. Lessons learned from a community crisis

By John Rogers and Cynthia Miller





9. Yes, more and more young adults are living with their parents – but is that necessarily bad?

Jeffrey Arnett  






10. ICCFR 66th annual conference, November 2020

Webinar Series: Helping Families through Separation and Divorce: Collaboration, not Confrontation, in a Plural Society

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1604792 2020-10-15T17:20:43Z 2020-10-15T17:20:44Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS) continues next week




2. The lost year: How the pandemic pressed pause on the world of dating

 Olivia Petter





3. Prominent Training Organization Awarded $15M in Grants to Conduct Two Family-Strengthening Projects




4. Best Practices in Relationship Education

By Sarah Hokanson





5. Improving our Understanding of How Family Strengthening Programs Can Address and Prevent Domestic Violence

BY SAMANTHA ILLANGASEKARE AND KRITI JAIN



OR

Strengthening the Implementation of Marriage and Relationship Programs (SIMR): Program Participation Update




6. Families First DC





7. The rise of ‘Zoom Towns’ in the rural west

Lisa Potter




8. New research reveals problem drinking starts at an early age

ROSS AND RUSSEL


OR

Australian males drinking during adolescence linked to riskier drinking later on, finds new report






9. Duke researchers: To improve child literacy, just text the parents

Seth Thomas Gulledge   





10. Are there government policies that will help the American family? We asked the experts

Lois M. Collins





11. New matchmaking form facilitates 1,300 possible marriages at Yale

EMILY TIAN & RAZEL SUANSING




12. Maximizing Tendency Predicts Delayed Marriage Among Japanese Adults

Itaru Ishiguro

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1599471 2020-10-01T16:10:09Z 2020-10-01T16:10:09Z Candidates for Friday Five ]]> Bill Coffin tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1599470 2020-10-01T16:08:38Z 2020-10-01T16:08:38Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Building Healthy Relationships Among DC Youth: A Universal Bullying Prevention Program

Heather Steed,Yosemary Rodriguez, Emily Katz, Dominique Parris, Brandon Stratford



OR

Can Parents Prevent Bullying Among Elementary School Children?

By Bonnie Leadbeater





2. When Do Teens Feel Loved by Their Parents?

By Maryam Abdullah





3. CoupleTalk will be LIVE this October!
Join us for Five Date Nights to Build a Better Marriage!




4.  Annual Review  Tavistock Relationships




5. FAMILIES TACKLING TOUGH TIMES TOGETHER





6. Caring for Each Other



OR

Parenting during a pandemic

By Katrina Hagerty, SUBASE FFSC





7. The Top 12 Relationship Problems, According to the Experts





8. Ten ways to make life better for the middle class

Hannah Van Drie and Richard V. Reeves





9. No One Immune To The Headwinds Facing Marriage

J.P. De Gance 





10. Engaging Communities to Support Families




11. Resources From Our Parenting Partners

Parenting publications from around the U.S. and beyond




12. The pandemic proves we all should know ‘psychological first aid.’ Here are the basics.

Stacey Colino  




Thanks

Bill

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1597079 2020-09-24T01:28:19Z 2020-09-24T01:28:19Z Candidate for Friday Five
1. ‘Awe Walks’ Boost Emotional Well-Being


OR

Older people have become younger: physical and cognitive function have improved meaningfully in 30 years




2. CoupleTalk Live




3. Social Science Research Analyst

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, Administration for Children and Families





4. MDRC Seeks Fatherhood Programs to Participate in SIRF Project

Strengthening the Implementation of Responsible Fatherhood Programs (SIRF) Nomination Process


OR

How to Keep Problem Participants from Derailing Your Group Sessions

Erik Vecere






5. Explaining US income inequality by household demographics, 2019 update

Mark J. Perry | Carpe Diem





6. This (free!) parenting class from Yale will help you eliminate friction in your house

LAUREN STEELE  





7. A Medieval Mother Tries Distance Learning

By Esther Liberman Cuenca





8. Research: Differences in Marriage and Romantic Involvement among Older African Americans


Gender differences in marriage, romantic involvement, and desire for romantic involvement among older African Americans

Dawne M. Mouzon, Robert Joseph Taylor, Linda M. Chatters





9. Japan newlyweds can receive up to ¥600,000 to start new life





10. Deseret News-BYU survey: Emotional, physical resources key to how kids fare

Lois M. Collins  





11.Marriage test from 1939 reveals what makes a good housewife





12.Social Norms, Labor Market Opportunities, and the Marriage Gap Between Skilled and Unskilled Women

Marianne Bertrand, University of Chicago, Patricia Cortes, Boston University, Claudia Olivetti, Dartmouth College, and Jessica Pan, National University of Singapore




13. The pandemic proves we all should know ‘psychological first aid.’ Here are the basics.

Stacey Colino  





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Bill
near Acadia National Park, ME

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1595192 2020-09-17T18:41:56Z 2020-09-17T18:41:56Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. SEX AND AGE—Total Population—Estimate

ACS




2. How to Be Stronger Co-Parents During the Pandemic

Parents are under a lot of pressure, but good communication can support your family’s well-being.

BY PHIL COWAN, CAROLYN P. COWAN, MARYAM ABDULLAH





3. Reducing the Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences

By Kate Bradford





4. Jennifer Howard’s ‘Clutter: An Untidy History’ takes Marie Kondo’s message a step further

By Jennifer Reese



OR

Clinical psychologist’s book aims to help you build resilience, face hardship during a stressful time like the pandemic

Erin Blakemore





5. 

The 2020 American Family Survey: Attitudes toward family, COVID-19, politics, race, and economic well-being 


Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EDT 

Online: https://www.brookings.edu/events/the-2020-american-family-survey-attitudes-toward-family-covid-19-politics-race-and-economic-well-being/





6. Street View of 1940s New York





7. Child Welfare Virtual Expo 2020
Strengthening Families Through Prevention and Collaboration

Thursday, September 24, 2020




8. Types of Romantic Relationships in Emerging Adulthood: Implications for Relationship Education

Sarah Hokanson  





9. Protecting Your Relationship in the Shadow of Corona

Dr. Scott Stanley




10. 2019 Census Child Poverty Data and What COVID-19 Means for Kids

Tue, Sep 22, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EDT




11. Lessons from Suicide Attempts among U.S. Army Soldiers During Deployment

By James A. Naifeh, Ph.D. and Holly B. Herberman Mash, Ph.D


12 The Protestant family ethic

What do Protestant, Catholic, private, and public schooling have to do with marriage, divorce, and non-marital childbearing?

American Enterprise Institute

Institute for Family Studies



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Bill
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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1592644 2020-09-09T20:45:18Z 2020-09-09T20:45:18Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Report no.4: Dads spend more quality time with kids

Jennifer Baxter, Mikayla Budinski, Megan Carroll, Kelly Hand





2. The Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person 

William J. Nordling, Paul C. Vitz, and Craig Steven Titus  




3. People Who Experienced Parental Divorce as Children Have Lower ‘Love Hormone’ Levels than Those Who Did Not
 
Terry Goodrich, Baylor University Media and Public Relations  





4. Homebodies: More Than a Third of Married Couples Live in State Where Both Were Born

Families

What Percentage of Married Couples Were Born in The Same State, Different State, or Another Country?

BRIAN KNOP AND LYDIA ANDERSON
  




5. Time Alone Is the Key to Staying Married. Find It

Brittany Risher





6. ‘It is getting better now’: Family letters from the deadly 1918 flu pandemic
 


or 

In pandemic era, the term palliative care is even more scary for some. So specialists want to rename it.

Haider J. Warraich  





7. 

Love, sex and marriage – a history of Irish coupledom

Sexuality in Ireland was freer under British rule than after Independence






8. ELEVATE: Implementation of a healthy marriage and relationship education program by a statewide cooperative extension service



9.. Growing Up Poor: The American Dream Deferred, Sep 15, 2020, 02:00 PM in Eastern Timehttps://wgbh.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_recnaLEWRkewG4I_CA4Ziw?utm_source=Iterable&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=streaming&utm_content=xxxx

10. Free Webinar with Kevin Palau and Leading Marriage Experts on Strategies for Church Growth in COVID and Beyon

September 10, 2020 at 1:00 ET/ 12:00 CT/ 10:00 PT – Zoom Webinar

https://communio.org/free-webinar-with-leading-marriage-experts-on-strategies-for-church-growth-in-covid-and-beyond/


11. Marriage penalties, the marriage divide, and the US safety netThursday, September 10, 2020 | 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EThttps://www.aei.org/events/marriage-penalties-the-marriage-divide-and-the-us-safety-net/

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1590372 2020-09-03T16:44:31Z 2020-09-03T16:44:32Z Candidates for Friday Five
1.  COVID-19: Managing Relationships Under Stay-at-Home Orders





2. Incentivize individual agency to achieve upward mobility

Ian Rowe






3. FAMILY DECISION MAKING IN 2020

Jacob Goldsmith, Ph.D.





4. Ten Years of Change in Remarriage
 
 Leslie Reynolds  





5. Parents and Children Together: How Low-Income Fathers in Responsible Fatherhood Programs Perceive and Provide Financial Support for Their Children





6. Public attitudes about today’s dating landscape
 




 7. Census Bureau to Host Webinar on Release of 2019 American Community Survey Statistics





8. Family Feud: Half Of Parents Squabble With Grandparents Over Parenting Choices
 
John Anderer





9. Corporate Plan, Australian Institute of Family Studies

2020/21 to 2023/24
 



10. Here's What Gen Z Would Like to Accomplish Before Marriage

The top two factors will surprise you.
by Esther Lee





11. Mortality worldwide: Be generous, live longer
 




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Bill
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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1587668 2020-08-27T19:30:04Z 2020-09-02T02:17:18Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Block Grant: A Legislative History

ACF/HHS


OR

New Compendiums to Support Linking Data for Research

BRETT BROWN

 



2. Outcomes and Outcome Domains Examined in HMRE Evaluation Studies

Sydney J. Briggs, April Wilson, Mindy E. Scott, and Deja Logan





3. Resources to Help Young Parents Thrive

ANNIE E. CASEY FOUNDATION  






4. Marriage status of household reference person by ethnicity within marriage, UK, 2018






5. Recognizing and Responding to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs

OPRE/ACF/HHS



OR

Recognizing and Responding to Teen Dating Violence (TDV) in Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs





6. RESEARCH PROFESSOR (OPEN RANK), FATHERHOOD MENTAL HEALTH

INSIDE HIGHER ED  





7. Painful Questions






8. Can A Marriage Survive Without Intimacy?
 
CHRIS OWNBY

 

OR

FAMILY AND MARRIAGE: Feeling what the other person feels

By Roger Rollins






9. Fathers Eve 

Also see NBC news coverage




10. THE 2020 RELATIONSHIP ENHANCEMENT® AND FILIAL THERAPY CONFERENCE

SEPTEMBER 19, 2020, WEBINARS VIA VIDEO CONFERENCING






Educational Technology and Mobile Learning  



and  Free Access Period Ending Soon

We hope you have enjoyed free access to NCFR's recent webinars and conference recordings. After Aug. 31 this content will only be available to NCFR members.




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Bill
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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1585197 2020-08-20T19:31:43Z 2020-09-02T02:17:40Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Opportunities for Intimate Partner Violence Disclosure in Adult-Serving Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs

OPRE





2.  FAMILY STRUCTURE STILL MATTERS 

The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ)







3. English idioms about family life and conjugal felicity

ANATOLY LIBERMAN  





4. Parent-child separations focus of virtual symposium

Kristie Auman-Bauer, PSU






5. Whether online or in-person, deep connection is key

By Dr. Josh Packard






6. Relationship Education: Learning practical skills that focus on commitment, communication and good conflict
 
Shane Smith  






7. Shifting the Lens Toward Prevention During a Time of Crisis

Written by Cara Kelly, Julie Fliss, and Elaine Stedt from the Children's Bureau, Office on Child Abuse and Neglect



OR
Family and Child Well-Being: An Urgent Call to Action

Written by Bryan Samuels, M.P.P., executive director, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

OR
 
Success Sequence = Optimal Health for Youth





8. Factors Impacting Program Retention

Sarah Hokanson 





9. Harvard Study Points to Improved Dad-Child Relationships During Pandemic

Posted by Christopher A. Brown





10. Here’s how Happy Couples argue differently then Unhappy Couples

Published ByDrew Simms
 




11. I’ve Been Married to the Military for 15 Years. Our Luck Just Ran Out.
 
Esau McCaulley  



OR

Infertility Was Distressing. The Military Made It Even More Complicated.

Victoria Chamberlin




12.  Divorce after 50 is soaring. Married Swarthmore therapists have a guide for keeping love alive | 5 Questions

by Sandy Bauers, For The Inquirer,




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Bill


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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1583432 2020-08-13T17:43:12Z 2020-09-02T02:18:01Z Candidates for Friday Five
My beach reading...

1. A guide for supporting new parents




2. Kitchen confrontations: Average household sees 217 arguments annually — just over cleaning dishes!
 
 John Anderer





3. Virtual meetings offer tips, strategies to cope with Covid-19
 




4. What Happens to Parents When Community Spaces Close?

By Daniel Cox & Samuel J. Abrams





5. Look at the Numbers

Frank Lamas  





6. Parental warmth on high-conflict days helps teens to feel loved
 




7. Building Data Capacity in Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Grantees: Challenges and Recommended Support


 


8. At the Center of Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Programs Data Snapshot: Program Staff and Support

Sarah Avellar, Alexandra Stanczyk, Nikki Aikens, Mathew Stange, and Grace Roemer 





9. 3 Ways Empathy Can Strengthen Your Marriage

Gena Ellis





10. Absence: Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, and Marriage 

Wendy Singleton Christin
Schizophrenia Bulletin
 




11. Utah Sen. Mike Lee says Congress must undo policies that penalize marriage

A new Joint Economic Committee report ponders the demise of “happy two-parent” homes and how to stop the trend.

By Lois M. Collins


 

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Bill
OBX, NC



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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1581674 2020-08-06T16:53:02Z 2020-09-02T02:18:23Z Candidates for Friday Five
1. Webinar: Strategies for Helping Young Fathers

THE ANNIE E. CASEY FOUNDATION

What: Supporting Young Fathers of Color: Lessons From the Field
When: Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 2 p.m. ET
Registration password: Two-gen  



OR

Introduction to Strengthening Implementation in Responsible Fatherhood Programs (SIRF)

Aug 12, 2020 02:00 PM


 


2. Machine learning predicts satisfaction in romantic relationships






3. Highlights from the First FRAMING Research Healthy Marriage Technical Work Group



OR

Improving Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs for Unmarried Couples with Children





4.  Couple conflicts: our neurons like mediation






5.  Recruitment and Partner Participation in Online Relationship Education

Sarah Hokanson 





6.  Cohabitation vs Marriage: Mating Strategies by Education in the USA

 Fabio Blasutto






7.  For The Maidens on Tu B’AV – NOW WHAT?

Susan Barth  


OR

The Rambam’s Best Newlywed Advice

Susan Barth





8. Pathways-to-Outcomes: How Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Program Activities May Lead to Intended Outcomes

This webcast is now on-demand, should you like to view it again.
 OR





9. Revised Procedures and Standards: Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness (HomVEE) Review

Request for public comment  





10. Growing Through Adversity
 




11. The Discourse of Marriage in the Greco-Roman World

Edited by Jeffrey Beneker and Georgia Tsouvala





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Bill
OBX, NC (week 1 of 2)

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Bill Coffin
tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1576441 2020-07-23T21:02:14Z 2020-09-02T02:18:46Z candidates for Friday Five
1. Flourishing in Adolescence: A Virtual Workshop




2. Developing Strong Recruitment Practices for Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs Serving Adults




3. Most Families That Received SNAP Benefits in 2018 Had At Least One Person Working

TRACY A. LOVELESS





4. Effectiveness of the Family Foundations Co-parenting Education Program

Sarah Hokason 







6. Families Keep Going, In Pandemic and Health

RACHEL ANDERSON






7. Father-child playtime may improve children’s ability to control emotions, aggression later in life

Brianna Sleezer






8. Communicating in everyday life





9. Mom and Dad Are Fighting
 




10. OSU Extension addresses top economic and family issues
 
 Trisha Gedon | Agricultural Communications Services  





11. Pathways-to-Outcomes: How Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education Program Activities May Lead to Intended Outcomes

Date: Monday, July 27, 2020

Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time





In case you were wondering...
New study suggests we have 6,200 thoughts every day


Enjoy your vacation. 

Bill

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tag:billcoffin.org,2013:Post/1574238 2020-07-16T21:22:27Z 2020-07-16T21:22:27Z Candidates for Friday Five
if any of you would like to stop getting these weekly emails just let me know...thanks.  BC

1. Promoting Character Development in Youth Programs through Professional Development for Staff and Volunteers

Authors: Hannah Lantos, Alison McClay, Brandon Stratford, Zakia Redd, Salomon Villatoro




2. We welcome new report on psychology of loneliness
 




3. Implementing Evidence-Informed Practices in Maternal and Child Health: Bridging Domestic and International Methods
 
July 22, 2020, from 12 noon to 1:00 p.m. ET 



OR

The 2015 Cohort of Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Grantees: Interim Report on Grantee Programs and Clients





4. Helping Couples in the Shadow of COVID‐19

Scott M. Stanley  Howard J. Markman





5. Everyone Experiences Stress, Protective Factors Keep Families Strong





6. 

How cultural factors shape children's economic outcomes

A Princeton-Brookings Future of Children event


Thursday, July 23, 2020, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EDT
Online: https://www.brookings.edu/events/how-cultural-factors-shape-economic-outcomes/


OR

Click here to register for the webinar on the Pathways-to-Outcomes models for Responsible Fatherhood programs:
 Thursday, July 23rd from 2:00 to 3:00 PM EDT.  




7. Parents back demand for post-pandemic Relationships Education in schools

FASTN  





8. Meet the Man Leading the Charge on America's Boy Crisis | Opinion

LEE HABEEB





9. Developing Strong Recruitment Practices for Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education (HMRE) Programs Serving Adults





10. How the Pandemic Can Teach Kids About Compassion

MARYAM ABDULLAH




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Bill
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