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Socializing

Social interaction is one of the basic human needs we alluded to in Chapter 4. And as you make your family's schedule more organized, you'll find that your family will have more time for socializing.

Some social activities are planned. How much social interaction each person in your family wants to schedule separate and apart from everything else will be determined, at least to some extent, by the person's other activities. If a person's work, enrichment activities, and hobbies all involve doing things with other people, then it's possible that the person's interest in spending even more time with other people may be small. On the other hand, if the rest of a person's life doesn't afford much human contact, then some planned social activities would be a good use of that person's leisure time. The important point here is that your family members should make conscious decisions about how much social activity they need and want to work into their schedules, and their leisure time should be allocated accordingly.


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