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by Nick Stinnett,John DeFrain,Kay King,Patricia Knaub,George E. Rowe
Author: Nick Stinnett,John DeFrain,Kay King,Patricia Knaub,George E. Rowe
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (June 1, 1981)
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Family strengths are those relationship qualities that contribute to the emotional health and well-being of the family. Families who define themselves as strong commonly say they love each other, find life together satisfying, and live in happiness and harmony with each other. Source for information on Family Strengths: International Encyclopedia of Marriage and Family dictionary. Nothing in the world could make human life happier than to greatly increase the number of strong families," according to David R. Mace (1985). Family strengths are those relationship qualities that contribute to the emotional health and well-being of the family.
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In N. Stinnett, J. DeFrain, K. King, P. Knaub, & G. Rowe (Ed., Family strengths 3: Roots of well-being (pp. 33–42). New York: Warner Books.
First Online: 01 April 2010. The purpose of this qualitative study was to learn about financial management practices of 64 self-selected couples from throughout the United States who believe they have great marriages. In N. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Wallerstein, J. & Blakeslee, S. (1995)., Family strengths 3: Roots of well-being . The longitudinal finding that the strength of the association is stronger when personal well-being is treated as the dependent variable supports previous theorizing. 33-42). Understanding family resiliency from a relational worldview.
Cross-cultural families, family strengths, international family strengths . Stinnett, DeFrain and their many colleagues then began publishing a continuous series of articles and books (Casas, et al, 1984.
Cross-cultural families, family strengths, international family strengths network, strengths-based perspective, strengths-based practice, strong families. A healthy marriage and family can be a valuable resource for helping us endure difficulties that life inevitably brings. John DeFrain and Sylvia M. Asay.