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http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/In_defense_of_the_Helicopter_Parent_its_taking_longer_to_grow_up_NCFR.pdf
A book review:Not Quite Adults explains the phenomenon of the lengthening duration from high school graduation and attaining what has been the experience of transitioning to adulthood of the past few decades. Young adults are meeting the sociological…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Observations_in_Medical_Family_Therapy_NCFR.pdf
This NCFR member, sitting in a coffee shop, made a few observations about an older couple sitting nearby-observations on caregiving, on aging and on her field of medical family therapy.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Lets_talk_about_unemployment_NCFR.pdf
I'm unemployed. I know I'm not alone. Even though I have a doctorate and 20 years of experience as a Marriage and Family Therapist, I haven't been able to find a job in some time. Back when my mentor told me I had passed the doctoral examination, she…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Remembering_Carl_NCFR.pdf
Cindy Winter reflects on the life of Carl Williams, the NCFR conference audio-video consultant for over 30 years

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Founding_Committee_Recognized_at_CFLE_25th_Anniversary_Celebration_Dinner_NCFR.pdf
Over 160 people attended the CFLE Dinner in Minneapolis on November 3rd. The evening provided an opportunity to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) designation and to recognize the people responsible for its…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Applying_our_resources.pdf
This "Executive Review" article appeared in NCFR Report, Summer 2012

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Choosing_between_family_and_work_NCFR.pdf
Diane Cushman, NCFR's Executive Director, writes about the gift of technology and the options it affords to families trying to balance caregiving and a demanding career.

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/A_Note_From_Paternity_Leave_NCFR.pdf
You've probably heard of "pregnancy brain" or "momnesia." You know that forgetfulness and loss of razor sharp thinking so many moms (especially academics) experience with pregnancy. Well today I invented a phrase called the "paternity leave brain".

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/Doing_the_Right_Thing_Assembly_Required_NCFR.pdf
Doing the right thing is part of our truer, deeper selves. Yet everyday uncountable numbers of human beings do terrible things to each other. This article examines several circumstances that can get in the way when we actually want to do the right…

http://images.ncfr.org/webconvert/archive/New_work_of_the_NCFR_Board_NCFR.pdf
This "President's Report" appeared in NCFR Report, Summer 2012
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