A recent edition of the CWU Pulse Magazine included a story on the keys to cohabitation which featured Dr. Feeney and the Family and Child Life Program. Dr. Feeney highlights the importance of planning to move in together as a next step in the relationship rather than a test drive and outlines some great conflict resolution strategies. The article also encourages students who are looking to better their relationship skills to take our Family and Child Life course, FCL 101: Skills for Marriage and Intimate Relationships. Check out the article below or at the Pulse Magazine website.
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