- Secrets to a long and happy marriage. Younts, Clint // Hays Free Press (Buda, TX);6/30/2010, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p3A
In this article the author discusses pointers on how to achieve a successful marriage, such as being able to keep wedding vows and establishing communication.
- Including those that exclude themselves: Comparisons of self-identifying and non-self-identifying stepfamilies. Hadfield, Kristin; Nixon, Elizabeth // Journal of Family Studies;
Previous research has tended to classify stepfamilies based on self-report of their familial relationships. However, some stepfamily members do not identify as being part of a stepfamily, leading to the exclusion of certain stepfamilies from stepfamily research. Using data from the first...
- One special eveningâ€¦. Le Tourneau, Rebecca // Australian Parents;Jun/Jul2007, p85
The article talks about the Mummy and Daddy time which comes to the bottom of the list when babies arrive. Parents are two people who were designed to be together, soul-mates who managed to party and talk and love together, and can become isolated, embittered and exhausted creatures only bound...
- analyse this! Pan, Cindy // Good Medicine (Australian Consolidated Press);Jun2005, p24
Addresses questions about family and interpersonal relationships. Ways to deal with a complaining husband; Tips on maintaining a good relationship with a son; Advice on adding intimacy in the relationship.
- Bonding benefits. // Parenting;Sep2005, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p88
Provides information on ways several mothers in the U.S. do to connect with their families. Placement of a family photograph in the lunchbox of a daughter; Creation of a daily journal with husband; Rearrangement of a daughter's train toys.
- A marriage takes maintenance, too. // Farmers Weekly;6/9/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 23, p36
The article emphasizes the significance of communication in enhancing relationships in farming families in Great Britain. Support groups observe that problems in farming are taking their toll on relationships, with ever more farmers' marriages at risk. Money worries, heavier workloads and stress...
- What happened to us? Benson, Lyn // Australian Parents;Jun/Jul2007, p78
The article discusses some insights on adjustments in a couple's relationship that goes trough fundamental changes with the birth of a child. When a couple has their first child the dynamics between them change forever, which means that each person's focus changes from being part of that couple...
- Make Time for Your Valentine. Deahl, Rachel // Working Mother;Feb2005, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p32
Provides tips for rekindling man-woman relationships. Recognition of barriers; Allocation of specific time for a date; Devotion of time for marriage and family.
- WORKING WITH COUPLES IN "RETIREMENT TRANSITION". Mintzer, Dorian; Taylor, Roberta // Career Planning & Adult Development Journal;Summer2012, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p46
The article presents the Chapter 4 of the Summer 2012 issue of the "Career Planning & Adult Development Journal." It highlights the topic about retirement transition among baby boom generation couples. Other topics discussed include the importance of communication among couples, financial...