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ThesisExploring parents' perspectives on their interfaith marriage (Jewish and Christian) and the transmission of religious activities to their childrenJacoby, Jessica SarahThe purpose of this study was to examine the practices, traditions, and religious beliefs that Jewish and Christian spouses are passing onto their children. To further examine the strategies and approaches used in integrating religion into their child . . .
ThesisLarson, KelseyOne's attachment style carries over from infancy and childhood into adulthood and adult romantic relationships. A deep understanding of attachment theory and its implications toward relationship satisfaction is vitally important for marriage and famil . . .
ThesisMaintaining our sexual desires despite difficulties: A workshop for couples experiencing sexual dysfunctionFotovat, SepantaIt appears that sexual dysfunction among men and women is becoming more common nowadays than ever before, but it has also become an issue that can be uncomfortable to discuss. Not only are individuals of all ages susceptible to sexual dysfunction, but . . .