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Document Title: Money Mechanics: Communication.
Personal Author: Fletcher, Cynthia Needles.
Sternweis, Laura.
Publication Year: 2008
Abstract: Poor communication about money often is the root of financial problems in families. This publication, developed by Iowa State University Extension, provides tips for couples on communicating about and resolving conflict around financial matters. It includes information on setting rules, how to talk about money, and identify money problems. It also includes a Money Quiz.
Document Title: The Importance of Communication In Learning to Manage Money.
Series Title: Family Tapestries Packet
Personal Author: Clark, Lois.
Publication Year: 2003
Abstract: How do you and your partner determine how money will be spent? Do you talk about money and decide together how it will be used? Or does one partner manage the money and make the decisions? While there is no one right way to manage financial resources, a person's values, goals, wants and needs will determine how money is allocated. As a result of these factors, communication about money is important. (Author abstract).
Document Title: Managing Two Incomes: Yours, Mine, and Ours.
Personal Author: Molgaard, Virginia K.
Author Affiliation: Iowa State University Extension.
Publication Year: 1996
Abstract: Successfully meshing two styles of handling money doesn't magically happen just because two people love each other. It's something you have to keep working on as the years go by. Every day there are dozens of little decisions to be made about money, such as whether or not to pay cash, write a check, use a credit card, or pay a bill, not to mention the bigger decisions involving savings and investments, tax planning, ownership rights, insurance coverage, and other matters with long-term consequences.(Author abstract)
Document Title: Getting to Know You, Your Co-Spender, and Money.
Series Title: Home and Away
Personal Author: Hudson, Nancy.
Publication Year: 2011
Abstract: This fact sheet provides an instrument to evaluate communication about money in family. This instrument consists of 25 pairs of statements evaluating couples? personal values of money and a test on knowledge about his/her basic expenses. Couples are required to complete the instrument individually and compare their answers. Couples with large inconsistency in their answers need to make communication about money a priority.
Document Title: Tickle Your Stress Before It Tackles You.
Series Title: Home and Away
Personal Author: Recker, Nancy.
Publication Year: 1998
Abstract: Handling stress effectively can significantly improve the quality of our life. This fact sheet provides advice on how to handle stress. It highlights the role of humor in reducing stress and suggests a number of ways to use humor in our daily life.
Document Title: Keeping the Romance Alive [Worksheet].
Series Title: Home and Away
Personal Author: Hill, Melinda J.
Publication Year: 2007
Abstract: This fact sheet is a card that can be utilized to keep your romance alive. On this card, statements are available for each person in a couple to complete about things that they appreciate about their partner, miss about their partner, things they need to discuss with their partner, and so on. The fact sheet also provides information on how to use the card to keep your romance alive.
Document Title: Both Partners Are Responsible For The Relationship.
Series Title: Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension ; Paper 1745
Personal Author: Bosch, Kathy.
Publication Year: 2005
Abstract: It takes both partners to build a healthy marriage. This fact sheets offers suggestions for how to develop a healthy, nurturing partner relationship, which can take many forms.
Document Title: Dealing with Couples' Anger.
Series Title: Consumer Series - Family
Personal Author: Fetsch, R. J.
Jacobson, B.
Publication Year: 2007
Abstract: Dealing with the emotion of anger is important in terms of strengthening couples' relationships. This fact sheet summarizes what can happen when couples fail to do so and discusses common misunderstandings. It also offers suggestions on how to deal with couples' anger and strengthen couples' relationship.
Document Title: Family Communication During Times of Stress.
Personal Author: Matthews, D. Wayne.
Publication Year: 1994
Abstract: Effective family communication is especially important during times of stress. This publication presents three important factors for families to consider when coping with stress including: understanding how individuals perceive and interpret stress, the availability and use of supports within the community, and the availability and use of personal and family resources. A practical application of the principles contained within this publication can contribute positively toward better communication, resulting in more effective management of stress and more satisfying family relationships.
Document Title: Family Resiliency.
Personal Author: Matthews, D. Wayne.
Publication Year: 2003
Abstract: Family resiliency is a critical factor in dealing with family, social, and global community changes. By focusing on family strengths and developing resiliency, families can meet the challenges of life and return to normal functioning after a crisis. This fact sheet explains the characteristics of resilient families and how to develop resilience, including planning ahead, working together, learning from experience and enjoying time together.

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