APA 6th Edition de Micheli Vitturi, D. (2008). Bračni dijalog u prirodnom planiranju obitelji. Obnovljeni Život, 63. (4.), 483-502. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/30522
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Sažetak “Marital Dialogue in Natural Methods of Family Planning” was the topic of a talk given at the 35th Family Summer Programme held between August 23 and August 27, 2006, entitled “Dialogue in the Family”. Christian spouses, whose vocation it is to love one another until death and to practise responsible parenthood, foster and nourish their love through marital dialogue. Dialogue is possible between two psychologically mature persons who, though they differ from one another, nevertheless strive toward the same goal. This text emphasizes the differences between men and women, their need for dialogue as an encounter between two distinct individuals who are called to achieve the totality of conjugal love. Christian spouses, who have opted for the culture of life, and this includes also their acceptance of natural family planning methods (NFPM) in living within the principles of responsible parenthood, are called to engage in continuing dialogue regarding NFPM which are inconceivable without mutual understanding and agreement. Natural family planning methods assist Christian spouses in their efforts to resist the use of contraceptive devices which are harmful to their health. The author has described natural family planning methods and existing contraceptive devices. She has stressed their advantages and disadvantages and has made a point of emphasizing that implementing natural family planning methods is impossible without continuous dialogue. Continuous dialogue, in turn, contributes to a more complete fulfillment of conjugal love and responsible parenthood.