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We're Not Broken... But We're Definitely Bent: Experiencing Childhood Disability in Marital Relationships
Unformatted Document Text:  Experiencing Disability in Marital Relationships conflicts involving family members. Journal of Family Psychology, 13, 274-285. Olsen, S. F. (1999). Support, communication, and hardiness in families with children with disabilities. Journal of Family Nursing, 5, 275-292. Olson, D. H., McCubbin, H. I., Barnes, H. L., Larsen, A. S., Muxen, M. J., & Wilson, M. A. (1983). Families: What makes them work. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Olson, D. H., Russell, C. S., & Sprenkle, D. H. (1980). Circumplex model of marital and family systems II: Empirical studies and clinical intervention. In J.P. Vincent (Ed.), Advances in family intervention assessment and theory (Vol. 1, pp. 129-179). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Padgett, D. K. (1998). Qualitative methods in social work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Patterson, J. M. (1991). A family systems perspective for working with youth with disability. Pediatrician, 18, 129-141. Sabourin, T. C. (2006). Theories and metatheories to explain family communication: An overview. In L. H. Turner & R. West (Eds.), The Family Communication Sourcebook (pp. 43-60). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Scorgie, K., Wilgosh, L., & McDonald, L. (1996). A qualitative study of managing life when a child has a disability. Developmental Disabilities Bulletin, 24, 68-90. Seligman, M. (1983). Siblings of handicapped persons. In M. Seligman (Ed.), The family with a handicapped child: Understanding and treatment (pp. 147-174). New York: Grune & Stratton. Seligman, M., & Darling, R. B. (2007). Ordinary families, special children. New York: The Guilford Press. Siemon, M. (1984). Siblings of the chronically ill or disabled child: Meeting their needs. 35

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Experiencing Disability in Marital Relationships
conflicts involving family members. Journal of Family Psychology, 13, 274-285.
Olsen, S. F. (1999). Support, communication, and hardiness in families with children
with disabilities. Journal of Family Nursing, 5, 275-292.
Olson, D. H., McCubbin, H. I., Barnes, H. L., Larsen, A. S., Muxen, M. J., & Wilson, M. 
A. (1983). Families: What makes them work. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
Olson, D. H., Russell, C. S., & Sprenkle, D. H. (1980). Circumplex model of marital and
family systems II: Empirical studies and clinical intervention. In J.P. Vincent 
(Ed.), Advances in family intervention assessment and theory (Vol. 1, pp. 
129-179). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.  
Padgett, D. K. (1998). Qualitative methods in social work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Patterson, J. M. (1991). A family systems perspective for working with youth with
disability. Pediatrician, 18, 129-141.
Sabourin, T. C. (2006). Theories and metatheories to explain family communication: An
overview. In L. H. Turner & R. West (Eds.), The Family Communication 
Sourcebook (pp. 43-60). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 
Scorgie, K., Wilgosh, L., & McDonald, L. (1996). A qualitative study of managing life
when a child has a disability. Developmental Disabilities Bulletin24, 68-90.
Seligman, M. (1983). Siblings of handicapped persons. In M. Seligman (Ed.), The family
with a handicapped child: Understanding and treatment (pp. 147-174). New 
York: Grune & Stratton. 
Seligman, M., & Darling, R. B. (2007). Ordinary families, special children. New York:
The Guilford Press.
Siemon, M. (1984). Siblings of the chronically ill or disabled child: Meeting their needs.
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