(To read footnotes in a document on the internet, under "view" click print layout.)
our relationship once we've gone beyond "Part I", up to "The Commitment".
Tables of contents
this website about relationships.
the relationship you want to find and create.
On each sitemap page, (F) = a worksheet or form to fill out and/or use.
A VITAL AREA. THEREFORE, IT PAYS TO BECOME A "MASTER" AT IT!!!!!!!
"OUR RELATIONSHIP" NOTEBOOK
As with the other notebooks, the content "tabs" listed below are there for organization purposes and convenience, but do not need to be filled in currently or even at all in some cases. Go to the other relationship sections and gather what you need from those sections and then insert them as you progress through them.
Planning, Vision, Goals
For a relationship goals format also go to Site Map III, Life Plans - Constructing the Life You
Love, 105-90 Relationship Goals.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUMMARY TABLE OF CONTENTS - MAJOR SECTIONS - See more detailed version, in a Word
These might be used (in abbreviated form) for the tabs in your notebook.
Part I. What we want, have, and can do
Our Relationship Vision
Our mutual goals
The criteria for an excellent relationship - What does one look like?
Principles, practices, and "rules" we are committed to
Special significance for us - Our memories, symbols
Commitments and agreements we have made - From overall learning to individual ones
Activities we can do together - And trips
Part II. Creating more of what we want and deleting what we don't want
What will enhance our relationship - Areas to learn, books to read, workshops, what to do
Status Checkups on commitments made
Recognitions of each other (write and keep as many as feasible)
Issues, concerns, items to work on
Appendix. The mechanics and structure of it
Our Couple's Council - Agenda, notes on what to do in it
Forms and Tools We Use
For next meeting(s) - What to cover in the next meeting.
THE RELATIONSHIP REFERENCE NOTEBOOK
To remind us of what works and is needed in relationships. And to provide us with a reference location. For now, just put reference pieces in the notebook in logical order and preferably with some tabs. The Table of Contents and numbering system by subject will be posted soon.
You could set this up so that you can read this portion of the website like a book, which is ordinarily easier than reading a website. Go to the key pieces indicated for you to read first and print them out, reading them as you go.