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Attachment relationships and adolescents’ life satisfaction: Some relationships matter more to girls than boys
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Attachment relationships and adolescents’ life satisfaction: Some relationships matter more to girls than boys

Ma, C., & Huebner, E.S. (2008). Attachment relationships and adolescents’ life satisfaction: Some relationships matter more to girls than boys. Psychology in the Schools, 45 (2), 177-190. Summarized by UMass Boston doctoral student Laura Yoviene Introduction: Having a secure relationship with a parent or guardian — one characterized by trust, caring, availability, and dependability — […]

Celebrating Fatherhood and Encouraging Mentorship with “My Brother’s Keeper”

Celebrating Fatherhood and Encouraging Mentorship with “My Brother’s Keeper”

Ed. note: This is cross-posted on the U.S. Department of Justice blog. See the original post here. Watch on YouTube I would not be where I am today without the love, guidance, and support of my father. He taught me to work hard, to dream big, to give back to my community, and to always remember the […]

FORUM: How does your program prepare youth for the mentoring experience?

FORUM: How does your program prepare youth for the mentoring experience?

Mentoring programs always place a premium on the training of mentors. After all, these are the individuals who deliver the essence of the program: a caring, meaningful relationship. But that relationship involves two people and it seems that properly preparing young people for the mentoring experience should have just as much impact on how their […]