Ten Things Your Teen Should Know About MarriageMarybeth Sampsel
One of my favorite research tools is the University of Virginia’s National Marriage Project website. Founded by a professor at my law school Alma Mater, Rutgers University, the NMP seems to find creative and interesting ways to report information on marriage, family and divorce. I recently came across a fairly old report (circa 2003) entitled “Ten Things Teens Should Know About Marriage: Research and Resources.”
The report is essentially a gathering of other resources and reports, all of which have a great deal of information on teen marriage, education, choosing a spouse, and teen pregnancy. Though a bit outdated at eight years old, the report is a great starting point for those looking for information that affects their teens.