This 80-page guide offers implications for designing, delivering, and evaluating relationship and marriage education programs for diverse audiences.
This guide is based on papers presented April 2006 as part of the Ohio State University Family Life Electronic Seminar on Relationship and Marital Enrichment Education, and later published in the May 2007 issue of The Forum for Family and Consumer Issues.
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: What's love got to do with it?
- Chapter 3: Using research in marriage and relationship education programming
- Chapter 4: Offering relationship and marriage educaiton in your community
- Chapter 5: Youth focused relationships and marriage education
- Chapter 6: Marriage education for stepcouples
- Chapter 7: Working with low-resource and culturally diverse audiences
- Chapter 8: Building community collaborations to support healthy and stable marriages