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"How to Improve Your Relationship IQ": Meaningful and applicable conversations with faculty and professors from the BYU School of Family Life

Family Perspectives School of Family Life

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"How to Improve Your Relationship IQ": Meaningful and applicable conversations with faculty and professors from the BYU School of Family Life

    Principles for Smart Dating - Dr. Brian Willoughby

    Principles for Smart Dating - Dr. Brian Willoughby

    A new season of The Family Perspectives Podcast all about "How to improve your relationship IQ!"

    This episode, Dr. Brian Willoughby shares advice on how to be a great date based on his research and expertise as a professional dating coach. Join us in our conversations aimed to leave you with many applicable ways to improve your relationships.

    • 24 min
    Principles for Smart Marriages - Dr. Dean Busby

    Principles for Smart Marriages - Dr. Dean Busby

    A new season of The Family Perspectives Podcast all about "How to improve your relationship IQ!"

    This episode, Dr. Busby from the BYU School of Family Life shares quick tips and principles for smart marriages, based on his research and expertise as a professor and marriage and family therapist. Join us in our conversations aimed to leave you with many applicable ways to improve your relationships.

    If you have more questions, you can visit https://familylife.byu.edu/faculty to learn more about each of these professors.

    You can also email us at byusflpodcast@gmail.com with questions about today's episode, or future guests you'd like to hear from! We would love to hear from you!

    • 25 min
    How to Improve Your Relationship IQ

    How to Improve Your Relationship IQ

    Start out 2022 with a new season of The Family Perspectives Podcast all about "how to improve your relationship IQ!" 

    On our first episode of the season, listen to 5 different professors from the BYU School of Family Life share how they think relationships can be improved based on their research and field expertise. Join us in our conversations with Dr. Hawkins, Dr. Lebaron-Black, Dr. Coyne, Dr. Willoughby, and Dr. Leavitt. Their ideas will leave you with many applicable ways to improve your relationships. 

    If you have more questions, you can visit https://familylife.byu.edu/faculty to learn more about each of these professors. 

    You can also email us at byusflpodcast@gmail.com with questions about today's episode, or future guests you'd like to hear from! We would love to hear from you! 

    • 31 min
    Dedication to Professor Julie Haupt

    Dedication to Professor Julie Haupt

    Dedication to Professor Julie Haupt:



    Julia Dawn Harris Haupt, our dear mother, sister, teacher, colleague, confidant, and friend, passed away suddenly on Tuesday the 12th of January, 2021. Julie leaves behind a legacy of love, compassion, friendship, diligence, and hope to all who knew her. Julie was kind, wise, and down-to-earth. She spent her life as an educator and a teacher in all aspects of her life, whether in her family, with her friends, in her career, or in her many other efforts to serve others. Her focus was on the well-being of others and how to best love, serve, and teach them. Julie’s willingness to follow the promptings of the Holy Spirit helped her change countless lives for the better.

    • 5 min
    Dr. Melanie Serrao-Hill

    Dr. Melanie Serrao-Hill

    Dr. Melanie Serrao-Hill grew up in Hawaii and then moved to Provo to complete her bachelors degree here at BYU. After graduating with her Bachelors degree in Human Development, she decided to pursue a masters degree as well as a PhD doing research centered around older adults. 

    Dr. Hill now teaches adult development and aging in the family which is available for any undergraduate student to take.

    • 46 min
    Professor Hal Boyd

    Professor Hal Boyd

    Life in The Public Square with Professor Hal Boyd



    Professor Hal Boyd earned his Bachelor's degree from BYU in philosophy before moving onto Yale Law School. Spending many years in the public square as a writer, he served as the Editor-In-Chief of the Deseret News before coming back to BYU as an adjunct professor in the School of Family Life. 



    You can read Professor Boyd's publications here: https://fhssfaculty.byu.edu/FacultyPage/hboyd

    • 49 min

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salamandertootsiepop ,

Awesome!

So many cool researched-based insights into family life! Thank you for making this happen Tyler, Liz, and Julie, may she Rest In Peace. ❤️

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