The effect of a parenting intervention on relationship quality of recently deployed military service members and their partners.

@article{Kritikos2019TheEO,
  title={The effect of a parenting intervention on relationship quality of recently deployed military service members and their partners.},
  author={Tessa K Kritikos and Ellen R. Devoe and Benjamin Owen Emmert-Aronson},
  journal={The American journal of orthopsychiatry},
  year={2019},
  volume={89 2},
  pages={
          170-180
        }
}
Couples form the foundation of military families. However, on average, couples become significantly less satisfied with their relationships and marriages across the deployment cycle. Reduced satisfaction places partners at risk for psychological distress and family problems. The present study examines the effects of a family based reintegration program aimed at enhancing reflective functioning in recently deployed service members and their home-front partners on relationship satisfaction… CONTINUE READING

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