Getting Connected, Staying Connected

Getting Connected, Staying Connected

Successfully Merging Two Individuals from Different Family Cultures

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Merging two individuals from different family cultures can create conflict with their families of origin. The couples who deal with it most successfully have the courage and strength to decide what is best for them. This is No. 3 in a series of 20 NebGuides that focus on building and maintaining strong couple and family relationships written by a team of University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension Educators.

 

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AUTHORS

John D. DeFrain, Gail Brand, Maureen H. Burson, Ann M Fenton, Jeanette L. Friesen, Janet S Hanna, Mary E Nelson, Cynthia R. Strasheim, Dianne M. Swanson, LaDonna A. Werth

SUBJECT

Youth & Families / Families

PUBLICATION DATE

March 7, 2012

LAST REVISION DATE

None

LANGUAGE

English

FORMATS

PDF, HTML

SERIES

NebGuide