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Marriage and relationship education: Recent research findings

@article{Commerford2016MarriageAR,
  title={Marriage and relationship education: Recent research findings},
  author={Joanne Commerford and C. Hunter},
  journal={Family matters},
  year={2016},
  pages={55}
}
The ways in which intimate couple relationships1 are entered into and sustained have altered significantly over the last few decades (Moloney and Weston, 2012), with many unprecedented changes to how couples form and dissolve relationships and make decisions to have children (Weston and Qu, 2013). Couples choosing to live together without being married, getting married at increasingly later ages and having greater access to divorce, are some of the trends in relationships that are important to… Expand
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