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This column appeared in the winter 2013 issue of NCFR Report magazine.
A review about a new book which informs families the link between parenting and academic success for children. The author is NCFR member, Stephen Gavazzi (pictured).
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…
As part of a series on intergenerational relationships, New Professional member Toni Hill offers observations on caregiving among family members, a topic that is of increasing importance in our aging society, and the research that has and could be…
In this essay in honor of Fathers Day, NCFR member and fatherhood expert Bill Marsiglio writes about his own experiences with fatherhood--as both a father and a son.
The June 2010 issue of the Journal of Marriage and Family is NCFR's "Decade in Review," a collection of landmark articles on important topics written by eminent scholars in the field. Buy it now.
The NCFR Book Club is back! This summer we will be reading Serving Military Families in the 21st Century.
A stunning and extraordinary event occurred at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) a few days ago. Their social media gurus launched a bizarre campaign to prepare for a Zombie Apocalypse. I am not making this up.
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…
New NCFR book club is on! Over the summer, we are going to be reading NCFR member Richard Settersten's new book, Not Quite Adults: Why Twenty Somethings are choosing a Slower Path to Adulthood and Why it's Good for Everyone.
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