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BYU offers Healthy Relationship Conference Jan. 25

Hosted by Women's Services and Resources

Women’s Services and Resources at Brigham Young University will host a Healthy Relationship Conference featuring several faculty members from the School of Family Life on Wednesday, Jan. 25, from noon to 5 p.m. in the Harold B. Lee Library auditorium on the first floor.

Admission is free and the public is welcome to attend.

Doug Brinley will begin the conference with his topic, “Surviving the Honeymoon and Beyond.” At 1 p.m., Steve Duncan will discuss “Why Marriages Succeed or Fail.”

Jeff Larson, Ph.D., will continue at 2 p.m. with his lecture, “First Comes Love , Then Comes…Marriage?”

Rick Miller and Mary Miller will talk about “What Women Want/What Men Want” at 3 p.m. Julie Grover will conclude the conference at 4 p.m. with her lecture, “Yours, Mine, and Ours: Reproductive Issues.”

For more information, contact Women’s Services and Resources at (801) 422-4877 or visit wsr.byu.edu.

Writer: Brian Rust

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