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Candidates for the IFS Friday Five

Some of you know this: I had a sextuple bypass the day after Easter and got home last Fri. 
Feeling a little better already! Month+ recovery. Had to cancel our Ignatian Pilgrimage in May.
Feeling blessed, grateful for family, and glad to be back.


1. Understanding How Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Program Evaluations Have Measured Child Well-Being


and/or
Using Learning Cycles to Strengthen Fatherhood Programs: An Introduction to the Strengthening the Implementation of Responsible Fatherhood Programs (SIRF) Study



What Strategies Can Programs Use to Help More Dads Participate in Fatherhood Services?






2. That ‘homeless person’ could be someone’s son. Mine, for instance.

By Shannon Jones






3. Demonstrating the impact of a volunteer family support program: Insights from an RCT

Jayne Meyer Tucker, Rebekah Grace, Angela Styman and Joanna Schwarzman




4. What We Lose When We Conflate Child “Abuse” and “Neglect”

by , Molly Parker

The Southern Illinoisan




5. Why Kids Make the Best Philosophers

By Scott Hershovitz





6. Study investigates link between African American couples’ relationship quality and depressive symptoms




7. First-of-its-kind study compares domestic violence programs, finds promising results

Amie Zarling, a clinical psychologist and associate professor of human development and family studies at Iowa State.




8. Surface Force Helps Pregnant Sailors Thrive Through Artemis Program




OR

Do You Have a Parent-Child Marriage?





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 Bill