Influence of Relationship Education on Relationship Satisfaction for Low‐Income Couples

@inproceedings{Carlson2014InfluenceOR,
  title={Influence of Relationship Education on Relationship Satisfaction for Low‐Income Couples},
  author={Ryan G. Carlson and Sejal M. Barden and Andrew P. Daire and Jennifer H. Greene},
  year={2014}
}
Declining marriage rates and increases in divorce have garnered interest from researchers and policy makers. Although the cause of marital dissolution cannot be pinned to one singular source, several factors contribute to divorce, including loss of employment, financial instability, child rearing, mental health issues, and a lack of primary support (Neff & Karney, 2004). One often-cited study conducted by Raley and Bumpass (2003) examined demographic trends of marriage, divorce, and remarriage… CONTINUE READING