When I have multiple part theorems, I use an enumerate environment inside my theorem environment. However, I don't like the list to start at the same level as the theorem title, since this produces an ugly indent, and also because part (1) is then never lined up with the other parts. So I typeset this as follows:
\item First item.
\item Second item.
The problem is that if the theorem occurs near the bottom of a page, LaTeX will break the page right after the Theorem title, producing something that looks like
- First item
- Second item
Any way to prevent this? (I don't care if a pagebreak occurs before the theorem title or if it occurs after the first item.) Maybe I should be using something else besides a "\"? Many thanks for any help.