Parents Forever is an educational program developed by the University of Minnesota Extension Service for families experiencing divorce. It was designed to help parents: a) eliminate parent conflict in front of the children; b) keep the children out of the middle of parent issues; c) provide access to both parents; and d) put the best interests of the children first. Eighty-nine parents were interviewed via telephone after completing the course about the impact of Parents Forever on parental behaviors. Analyses revealed that Parents Forever is effective in meeting its four objectives. Implications for divorce education programming are outlined.
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Dworkin, J., & Karahan, A. R. (2005). Parents Forever: Evaluation of a Divorce Education Curriculum. The Journal of Extension, 43(1), Article 16. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss1/16