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300 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask for a More Vibrant Marriage

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Have a more vibrant, unified marriage with the help of this handy guide. With over 300 questions on topics ranging from intimacy to finances, this book provides a starting point for couples to sit down and talk about what's really important. Discover untold dreams or ways to be better parents as you develop open, honest communication that will last a lifetime.
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A book like 300 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask is perfect for jump-starting important conversation in marriage. I wish this book had been around early on in our relationship. We’ve answered several of the questions and have realized that we don’t go out on dates nearly enough, we both want to go on a couples’ mission when we get older, I have a lot more close friends than he does, and my hubby is interested in the Chinese culture (I ne
I love all this authors books....they are short to the point and important. She leaves all the fluff and Dr. Phil stuff to him. Instead she writes books that help couples open up dialogs with one another. They are simple workbook type books to help people out. Some of the questions were for people going through tough times (possibly divorce) but that was only one didn't apply to me but I am sure if you were in that situation the questions are valid and worth asking. But I had the mo ...more
Good questions for the most part, but that's it. Will use it with my husband, but not the insight I was looking for. got this book because I read some of her quotes on goodreads and thought they were insightful, however, the book is full of questions and quotes from other people. Not what I was looking for.
Wow is all I can say. Just when I thought I had talked about everything with my honey....I guess I didn't. And the funny thing is we did discuss a lot of topics in this book but people change over time like the author suggested. What I thought I knew just wasn't the case. Also, what I thought he had down about me---was way off base in a few area. This is a good light read to take on a road trip. I loved it. I gave it to all my girlfriends that were getting married along with her first book.
Some of the questions are good, but many are questions that married couples already know the answers to (like those that want you to talk about how you will deal with certain situations), and some are really not appropriate because they do things like dredge up past mistakes. The questions can be fun or even create a wonderfully deep evening, but choose them carefully, and not all will even apply to you.
Carol Costley
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I really liked this book. I read it once through and plan on actually getting a notebook for me and my husband to answer all the questions. I can't wait to do the workbook with my husband. I know that it will make our marriage better. I can see already that I don't know him as well as I thought I did.
Tony Robbins
Got this from a friend on my wedding was fun to read with my wife. Loved the first chapter (wink!/blush). This was a great book that we pull out from time to time on a rainy day and reconnect with one another. Just another great book of questions to help me out!
Danyelle Ferguson
I love this book! My hubby and I read a few questions from it each night, which has lead to some very interesting conversations. Thanks to the author for writing such a great book!
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