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Multiple indicators are linked with marital outcomes, including sleep quality, sleep disturbances, sleep disorders, and even congruence of spousal sleep patterns.
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Any change in either partner, their relationship, or their environment may disrupt their system of bedsharing, and then they are beginners again.
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Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
Internal Dynamics of Families
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Two major changes after the birth of a child among married couples in developed countries are increased fatigue and decreased marital satisfaction.
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“Bedsharing” refers to a parent (usually the mother) and infant sharing the same adult bed for all or part of the night.
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As a mother of three growing boys—ages 9, 5, and 3 years—I can honestly say that my husband and I have not had an uninterrupted night of sleep since 2007.
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OPRE summarizes the research and theory on associations between healthy relationship program participation and experiences of intimate partner and dating violence.
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Reviewed by Jennifer S. Reinke, PhD, LAMFT, CFLE
Playing House: Notes of a Reluctant Mother is written for individuals, particularly women, who are single or partnered, have children or are child-free.
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Family Resource Management
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Parent Education and Guidance
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by Karlien Strijbosch, M.S., Junior Lecturer, Technology and Society Studies Department, University College Maastricht, Netherlands
Being single is regularly seen as if something were missing from an individual's life.
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Reviewed by Jennifer Newquist, Ph.D., CFLE
This book does an excellent job of being the first comprehensive text devoted to the topic of relationship and marriage education.
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by Jose-Michael Gonzalez, doctoral student, University of Arizona
Family configurations continue to evolve in the context of cultural sea change, and have resulted in dynamic sibling coparenting alliances.
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by Harriet L. MacMillan, M.D., Professor, McMaster University and McMaster Children's Hospital/Hamilton Health Sciences, C. Nadine Wathen, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario
We use the four-step public health approach to break down silos in the area of family violence.
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The summer 2015 issue of CFLE Network is about Intimate Partner Violence. Read the whole issue in PDF format here.
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Reviewed by Laura Landry-Meyer, Ph.D., CFLE
Knudson-Martin and Mahoney's edited book recognizes the impact of gender-based patterns of behavior on intimate couple relationships.
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by Wm. Michael Fleming, Ph.D., CFLE
Often one's professional career path is the result of a combination of life events. For me, it began with a knock on the door.
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by Allison Ganshirt, Brianna Auten, Sydney Cody, Candice Downey, Ashley Larmee, Alexandra Lipinski, Meghan Mumenthal, Justin Putman, Megan Rosenberger, Sarah Zarbaugh, Daphne Bland, Lauren Eagle, Sarah Verscheure, Lauren Yentz, and Toni Wolford
About a dozen students pooled their observations in the following student responses to Professor Gallagher's class dealing with the issue of Domestic Violence.
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by Wm. Michael Fleming, Ph.D., CFLE
The need for effective domestic violence prevention programs has been recognized. 
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In this Family Focus section, your colleagues write about couples' communication, conflict resolution, teaching sexual communication skills, and more.
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by Nichole L. Huff, Ph.D., CFLE, Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist, Youth, Family, and Community Sciences, North Carolina State University
By using solution-focused communication techniques family practitioners help accentuate client strengths.
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by Margo Sutorius, M.S., CFLE, LCPC, Instructor, Northern Illinois University; and Charles Myers, Ph.D., LCPC, Associate Professor, Northern Illinois University
This article is meant to deepen readers' awareness of and capabilities in interacting with individuals with disabilities.
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Diversity and Inclusion
Interpersonal Relationships
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by Joyce Baptist, Ph.D., LCMFT, Associate Professor in Marriage and Family Therapy, School of Family Studies and Human Services, Kansas State University; and Young-ok Yum, Ph.D., Founder, Center for Global Solutions
To understand the utility of communication across cultures, it is necessary to be aware of the implication of cultural values.
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by John P. Caughlin, Ph.D., Professor, and Erin D. Basinger, M.A., doctoral candidate, Department of Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Scholars who study family communication see lots of complexities that undermine straightforward popular advice.
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by Randi Hennigan, Ph.D., LMFT, LPC, Adjunct Professor, Department of Counseling, Southern Methodist University and Amberton University; Linda Ladd, Ph.D., PsyD, Professor, Department of Family Sciences, Texas Woman's University
A small number of recent studies have found that heterosexual, gay, and lesbian couples are more alike than different in terms of conflict resolution.
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by Patricia Noller, Ph.D., Emeritus Professor, School of Psychology, University of Queensland, Australia
This article illustrates various approaches to conflict, applying the approaches to a plausible real-life example.
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by Jaclyn D. Cravens, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Community, Family, and Addiction Sciences, Texas Tech University
In this article I review couples' communication about boundaries and rules for technology.
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Interpersonal Relationships