1. Romantic competence, healthy relationship functioning, and well-being in emerging adults
2. Project Gutenberg's How to be Happy Though Married, by Edward John Hardy3.
Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention by Communities to Promote Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health in Children: Proceedings of a Workshop–in Brief
Download Free PDF4. Ready to split? Why a date night might save your marriageAnna Tyzack5.What I Learned About Love After Being Rejected By A Guy Over Sex6.
Video: "The Power of the Adolescent Brain with Frances Jensen"
7.On Friday 17th March Pact was delighted to host the annual Sir Harold Hood Memorial Lecture and Symposium, with guest speaker and foremost international expert on relationship education, Professor Galena Rhoades. We were also pleased to hear from The Rt. Rev. Bishop Richard Moth, (RC Liaison Bishop for Prisons), Simon Pellew OBE, CEO of the Society of Analytical Psychology and Oonagh Ryder, Policy Officer at CLINKS.
Speaking to a packed lecture theatre, courtesy of London Southbank University, Prof. Rhoades delivered a stimulating, thought-provoking and entertaining lecture, described by one delegate as a ‘Master Class in Relationship Education.’
8. GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES DURING YOUNG ADULTHOOD: FAMILIES AND HOUSEHOLDS OF BABY BOOMERS AND MILLENNIALS
http://www.bgsu.edu/ncfmr/resources/data/family-profiles/anderson-families-households-boomers-millennials-fp-17-07.htmlOR9.Why The Success of Your Marriage Matters to My Kids
laceykeigley10.They are Watching: Child Wellbeing and Parent InteractionDr. Scott Stanley
Six ways parents can stay connected with their teen sons
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