Institute of Family Studies
Most Churches Lack a 'Marriage 911.' Here's Why That Needs to Change.
W. Bradford Wilcox, UVA sociology instructor, states that many people suffer from a “Midas mindset:” the idea that careers, education, money or other pursuits are more important than marriage and family life.
U. Va. Sociologist, Deseret News Contributor Tells BYU Students Marriage And Families Are The Ultimate Source Of Happiness
1 in 3 adults will never marry — and Brad Wilcox says the decrease in overall happiness correlates with declining number of marriages.