9 Involved Couple inventory

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Involved Couple’s Inventory Assessment The following questions are designed to increase your knowledge of how you and your partner think and feel about a variety of issues. Assume that you and your partner have considered getting married. Each partner should ask the other the following questions: Careers and Money 1. What kind of job or career will you have? What are your feelings about working in the evening versus being home with the family? Where will your work require that we live? How often do you feel we will be moving? How much travel will your job require? 2. What are your feelings about a joint versus a separate checking account? Which of us do you want to pay the bills? How much money do you think we will have left over each month? How much of this do you think we should save? 3. When we disagree over whether to buy something, how do you suggest we resolve our conflict? 4. What jobs or work experience have you had? If we end up having careers in different cities, how do you feel about being involved in a commuter marriage? 5. What is your preference for where we live? Do you want to live in an apartment or a house? What are your needs for a car, compact disc player, video recorder, television,
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2010 for the course SOC SOC 103 taught by Professor Marenco during the Summer '07 term at College of the Canyons.

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