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Rebuilding The Family Foundation
Saturday, August 25, 2012 10AM to 11AM (PT)Long Beach, CA
Every wonder why some families seem to have it "together" and other families seem to struggle? What are your hopes, dreams and expectations of family life? All families can be strong and healthy.
In 1950, the typical family consisted of a working father, an at-home mother and at least two children. But conditions have changed and so have families. Many still have the picture of the "ideal" family as the kind that existed in the 50s. The look of family changed again in the 90s. Today, there are even more single-parent, two-worker, step-parent and childless families. So what makes a family strong - Is it who makes up the family or how well they work together to accomplish necessary tasks? Learn ways to improve your family foundation.
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