Category: Marriage and Relationship Education

Should Couples in Unhappy Marriages Stay Together?

by Harry Benson

True Love is Passion Rooted in Friendship

by Jason Whiting | @Jason_Whiting

Three Reasons Not to Make This January Your Divorce Month

by W. Bradford Wilcox and Samuel Sturgeon

The Treachery of Divorce

by Luma Simms | @lumasimms

Three Family-Strengthening Resolutions for 2017

by Alysse ElHage | @AlysseElHage

How Flawed Memories Can Sabotage Your Marriage

by Jason Whiting | @Jason_Whiting

What Kids Really Want for Christmas

by Rhonda Kruse Nordin

Conflict in Marriage Does Not Need to Be Destructive

by Jason Whiting | @Jason_Whiting

Can Couple and Relationship Education Increase Hope?

by Alan Hawkins

For Ex-Prisoners and Their Families, a New Language Offers Hope

by Madison Peace | @madisonvpeace

The Marriage Imprint

by Rhonda Kruse Nordin

Calling Dr. Google: How People Search for Marriage Advice Online

by Kelly M. Roberts and Molly Weems

‘Like Shaking Up a Snow Globe’: Clarity and Confidence in Divorce Decisions

by Steven M. Harris | @steveharris65

Change and Stability in How Couples Think About Divorce

by Alan Hawkins

When to Seek Marriage Help: Relationship Red Flags

by Jason Whiting | @Jason_Whiting

Why Government Programs to Help Poorer Couples Deserve More Time

by Alan Hawkins

Safety and Successful Marriages

by Scott Stanley | @DecideOrSlide

Who’s Being Served by Government-Funded Relationship Education Programs?

by Alan Hawkins

Assessing Pro-Marriage Policy: Which Comparisons?

by Laurie DeRose

Who Benefits Most from Family-Strengthening Programs

by Scott Stanley | @DecideOrSlide

Results of the Supporting Healthy Marriage Evaluation

by Alan Hawkins

Why the Government Should Promote Relationship Skills

by Julie Baumgardner | @Julie_FTF

Yes, Publicly Funded Marriage and Relationship Education Can Work

by Alan Hawkins