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.
An addendum to the Family Wellness Instructor Manual for use by instructors for the development of programs and presentations on how to teach family wellness skills to families. ( A curriculum resource)
Money can be a major source of conflict for couples. It takes open communication and a willingness to resolve problems to keep a couple on track with their money. (Author abstract, modified).