Constance Ahrons: Cultural Changes Influence Family Models – Video

Constance Ahrons discusses how divorce does not mean automatic crises and disaster for a family and with cultural changes, family models are ever-changing. As long as the child has support, care, love, and stability in its relationships, they will be okay.

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Constance Ahrons

Author of the highly praised book, The Good Divorce, and co-author of Divorced Families, Constance Ahrons is Professor Emerita from the Department of Sociology and former Director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Doctoral Training Program at the University of Southern California. Prior to her joining the USC faculty, she… MORE >

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