1000 Questions for Couples
If you're already married or you’re planning a walk down the aisle in the near future, your chances of making it are 1 in 2. Those odds don’t sound very good, do they?
But you don’t have to leave the fate of your marriage up to chance. It’s possible to ensure that you and your partner are on the same page before exchanging vows, or make your marriage stronger than it already is.
By asking the right questions.
Questions that really matter.
When people fall head over heels in love, it becomes easy for them to ignore the glaring differences between them and their partner. Unfortunately, these differences don’t go away after the ceremony - they just become more obvious.
Yet, even if you’ve attempted to have some tough conversations about your desires and viewpoints, you most likely didn’t know the right questions to ask to spark the most useful conversation.
Michael Webb’s book, 1000 Questions for Couples
is a great tool. It uses challenging and fun relationship questions not just as a way for you to get closer to your partner, but also to break down the barriers and tackle the issues that you’ve been avoiding.
Don’t you want to put new life back into your relationship and ensure that you won’t be headed down the path of divorce? It may seem like hard work, but the results are so rewarding.
One of the biggest reasons marriages end in divorce is because couples fail to ask the big questions before they walk down the aisle. My parents divorced when I was young, and I know first-hand the impact it has on a family.
I went on to get my degree in communication science, and I'm still learning as much as I can about relationships. And, I believe that if couples simply spent some time asking each other the questions that really matter, they'd greatly increase their chances of staying together.
I think the best thing about a "question book" is that it makes it easier to ask difficult questions, and fosters a safe environment to address them.
Most other question books beat around the bush, and don't really give the important questions that you should be asking. Michael's book is a comprehensive collection of fun relationship questions, covering every single topic you'd ever want to know about before getting married.
It addresses tough subjects like money, children & child raising, career, past and present relationships, religion, morals, convictions and beliefs, personality, and even sex.
I definitely recommend this book for couples, and even for singles - why not learn what to ask before you get too attached?
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