Good marriages make happy children

Hendrix, Harville; Sweetland, Sally
December 1993
Mothering;Winter93, Issue 69, p100
Explores aspects of good marriages and their effect on children. Loving relations between husbands and wives absolutely necessary for raising well-adjusted, secure kids; Parents' marital problems traceable to unresolved childhood conflicts; Parents not distracted by unexpressed emotions between themselves as available emotionally to their offspring; Emotional needs of children. INSET: Using your marriage to create...., by Harville Hendrix..


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