National Marriage Week Is Around the Corner—Let Us Know What You’re Doing


National Marriage Week, February 7-14 of every year, is a time in our lives that invite date opportunities, marriage enrichment events, and healthy marriage awareness in our communities. This campaign was established in 1996 by Richard Kane in the UK and has reached further out to several countries. In 2002, Brent Barlow and Diane Sollee of Smart Marriages adopted National Marriage Week in the U.S., bringing a purpose to the well-being of families and communities [...] Read more »

Family Life In America


Every year you can expect to find a publication showing social indicators of marital health and well-being, including family life in America. At the tail end of the year, the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia and the Center for Marriage and Families at the Institute for American Values released the 2011 issue of The State of Our Unions: When Baby Makes Three—How Parenthood Makes Life Meaningful and How Marriage Makes Parenthood Bearable. [...] Read more »