The transition to parenthood: how a first child changes a marriage : why some couples grow closer and others apart : based on a landmark study

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Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Mar 4, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
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Featured on Oprah and excerpted in Glamour magazine, this exploration of the positive and negative effects the birth of a child has on a marriage is based on the largest, most comprehensive study of couples entering parenthood ever conducted.

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THE TRANSITION TO PARENTHOOD: How a First Child Changes a Marriage--Why Some Couples Grow Closer and Others Apart

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Penn State psychology professor Belsky and writer Kelly team up to produce a lively and realistic appraisal of the crucible of first-time parenthood. Studying 250 married couples in central ... Read full review

Contents

Whats Happening to Us?
3
The His and Hers Transition
25
AT THE STARTING GATE THE COUPLES
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