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Family Matters No. 51 - September 1998

Attachment and marital adjustment

Robyn Parker and Evelyn Scannell

Abstract

Raising couples' awareness of relationship issues that they might not have encountered or anticipated is a key aim of pre-marriage education programs. This paper discusses the role of 'attachment theory' in providing practitioners with a framework for helping couples build more satisfying committed relationships. (Journal abstract)

Raising couples' awareness of relationship issues that they might not have encountered or anticipated is a key aim of pre-marriage education programs. This paper discusses the role of 'attachment theory' in providing practitioners with a framework for helping couples build more satisfying committed relationships. (Journal abstract)

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