Family Album Radio. This daily radio program offers a variety of research-based information designed to assist families in all walks of life. Relationship topics covered include issues relating to marriage, divorce, stepfamilies, cohabitation, and domestic violence. Past recordings are also available from the website. (University of Florida Extension, ongoing).
Florida Marriage Preparation Series (Before you Tie the Knot). This publication series provide pre-marital couples with information related to communication, conflict management, parenting, and finances. (University of Florida Extension, 2005-2010).
Healthy Relationships and Marriages Series. This publication series gives couples and families tips and skills to create healthy relationships, including managingconflict ,meeting the needs of each family member, and building communication skills. (University of Florida Extension, 2012).
Interpersonal Relationships. This link will take you to a list of various fact sheets with information on dealing with anger, acceptance, expressing feelings and resolving conflicts. (North Carolina State University Extension)
The Marriage Garden. This fact sheet series provides couples with information related to communication, understanding, kindness, forgiveness and dealing with conflict (University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, 2006).
Marriage Matters. This tip sheet series provides suggestions and activities to help couples at various stages in their relationship (University of Georgia Extension, 2014).
Saying "I Do": Consider the Possibilities. This on-line, self-paced course can be done alone or with a partner and is specifically targeted towards marriage preparation.(Utah State University Extension, 2008).
Strengthening Couple Relationships. This series of six fact sheets offers strategies to address common couple relationship challenges and promote successful intimate partner relationships. (Purdue University Extension, 2008).
Stepping Stones for Stepfamilies Series . A six-part home study course for stepfamily adults with children under the age of 18 designed to improve stepfamily living. Supplemental materials to aid in educational group sessions available. (Kansas Extension, 2000)