Here are a few selected websites and blogs that deal with marriage and family life.
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The National Healthy Marriage Resource Center is a government-funded clearinghouse for high quality, balanced and timely information and resources on healthy marriage. It aims to be a first stop for information, resources, and training on healthy marriage for researchers, policymakers, media, marriage educators, couples and individuals and program providers.
Two of Us is a project of the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center, providing information and advice for individuals and couples in all stages of the relationship cycle: dating, engaged, marriage and parenting.
The National Marriage Project, located at the University of Virginia, is a nonpartisan, nonsectarian initiative that provides research and analysis on the health of marriage in the U.S.
Smart Marriages offers a wealth of resources, including a directory of marriage education classes, articles, research reports and much more.
Coffin Corner – Bill Coffin, former Special Assistant for Marriage Education at the Department of Health and Human Services, regularly posts healthy marriage links and clips.
The Wonder of Marriage – Bob and Rita Boeke are speakers and educators with long experience helping couples to enrich their marriages. They are the authors of “Forever and a Day: An Invitation to Create a Marriage that Lasts a Lifetime.” They focus on living the realities of daily life with humor, joy and gratitude.
Fathers for Good – Brian Caulfield writes about being a Catholic husband and father on this blog sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
Sliding vs. Deciding – Dr. Scott Stanley, a well-known researcher at the University of Denver who helped to develop PREP, writes about the nature of commitment.