SPONSORED: Survey--How a Change in Belief Impacts an LDS Marriage

by | Apr. 14, 2014

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An Indiana University Study

Researchers at Indiana University are interested in learning about marital relationships in which one partner has seriously questioned or doubted the teachings of their church. Mormons who have faced marital struggles after one or both spouses have had a change in beliefs are invited to participate. The survey will take approximately 20-30 minutes. To be eligible for the study, you must be a current or former member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, married (or separated, but not divorced) to one spouse (who is also a current or former member), at least 18 years of age, and have experienced distress from either you or your spouse’s doubting or questioning the teachings of the Church.

Please click the following link if you would like to participate:

Indiana University Survey

The study is being conducted by Thomas Sexton, Ph.D., ABPP, and Adam R. Fisher, M.A., at Indiana University. While Adam is a member of the Church, the conducting of the study is not in any way affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For more information, you may contact the researchers at LDSmarriagestudy@gmail.com. If you know of someone else who may be interested in participating, please send him or her to the site www.LDSmarriagestudy.com.

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