Helping and Healing Our Families: Principles and Practices Inspired by The Family : a Proclamation to the World

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Craig H. Hart
Deseret Book Company, Jan 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 377 pages
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This fall marks the tenth anniversary since President Gordon B. Hinckley introduced and read The Family: A Proclamation to the World in the General Relief Society Meeting on September 23, 1995. In an effort to help families and Latter-day Saints live and better understand the teachings of this historic document, Deseret Book is pleased to publish the new book Helping and Healing Our Families in conjunction with the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University. Among the dozens of timely and invaluable chapters and essays, readers will enjoy the following: "The Covenant of Marriage" by Daniel K. Judd and Ann N. Madsen "Joys and Challenges of Marrying Later in Life" by Camille Fronk "Keeping Marriage Relationships Strong Through the Years" by Ed and Patricia P. Pinegar "Emotional and Psychologicial Infidelity" by James M. Harper "When Children Choose a Different Path" by Elaine Walton and Robert L. Millet "Mental Illness in the Family" by Elder Alexander B. Morrison

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I really enjoyed this book actually. It's not too textbook-ish. Read full review

About the author (2005)

From the time he was a university studenttaking a child development class to learn something about the baby he and his wife, Kerstine, had just haduntil now, Professor Craig H. Hart has been studying children, parents, and families from both an academic and a personal perspective. His research has included time spent systematically observing children interact with peers on numerous playgrounds, including the BYU Child and Family Studies Laboratory (a preschool). He has published numerous studies from parent-child interaction data gathered in China, Russia, Australia, Japan, and various parts of the United States. An internationally recognized scholar and the father of four children, Professor Hart is chair of Marriage, Family, and Human Development at Brigham Young University.

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