Your Time-Starved Marriage : How to Stay Connected at the Speed of Life.

This book discusses strategies married couples can use to make more time for each other and for their marriage. Chapters address: myths that time can be stopped and that time can be saved; the impact of busyness on a marriage and how to battle busyness; different time styles and identifying a time style; priorities and making time together; maximizing spare time; preventing time stealers; making the most of mealtimes; choosing more time rather than more money; and making time for rest, recreation, and restoration. Chapters close with reflection questions and with a reference to a workbook exercises. Throughout the text reference is made to the Time-Style Marriage Assessment, an online assessment for identifying an individual’s time style. An appendix analyses the results of the assessment and discusses time management strategies for couples. 41 references.

Youth Focused Relationships and Marriage Education.

Adolescence is a key time to offer relationships/marriage education, as it is during adolescence that youth begin to actively explore romantic relationships. Providing effective relationships education can support positive youth development and help reduce impulsive and health-compromising behaviors. Relationships education also can facilitate movement toward well- functioning committed relationships and marriages in adulthood. This article addresses the value of romantic relationships education for adolescents, and offers an example of a youth-focused relationships education curriculum. A summary of key findings from the first year of a multi-year curriculum evaluation study is provided. (Author abstract).

You Don’t Have to Take it Anymore: Turn Your Resentful, Angry, or Emotionally Abusive Relationship into a Compassionate, Loving One.

As many as one-third of all American women tiptoe through life as if they are walking on eggshells — at home, they spend most of their time trying to avoid criticism, anger, put-downs, or cold shoulders from their husbands or boyfriends. This verbal and emotional abuse can erupt over anything and everything, matters large and small: housework, cooking, work, spending money, buying household items and clothes for the kids, and going out.

Your Time-Starved Marriage : Workbook for Men : How to Stay Connected at the Speed of Life.

This workbook for men includes exercises and small group discussion activities focused on strategies married couples can use to make more time for each other and for their marriage. The exercises are designed to take 5-10 minutes each and address: maximizing your time quotient; the impact of busyness on a marriage and how to battle busyness; different time styles and identifying a time style; priorities and making time together; maximizing spare time; preventing time stealers; making the most of mealtimes; choosing more time rather than more money; and making time for rest, recreation, and restoration. The small group discussion activities are designed to be used with a six-session DVD curriculum.

Your Time-Starved Marriage : Workbook for Women : How to Stay Connected at the Speed of Life.

This workbook for women includes exercises and small group discussion activities focused on strategies married couples can use to make more time for each other and for their marriage. The exercises are designed to take 5-10 minutes each and address: maximizing your time quotient; the impact of busyness on a marriage and how to battle busyness; different time styles and identifying a time style; priorities and making time together; maximizing spare time; preventing time stealers; making the most of mealtimes; choosing more time rather than more money; and making time for rest, recreation, and restoration. The small group discussion activities are designed to be used with a six-session DVD curriculum.

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