1000 Questions For Couples
How Well Do You Know Your Partner? This is an ago old question that most individuals have asked themselves at some point in their lives. No matter what we like to think, your partner has thoughts and feelings that you know nothing about.
How would you like to open up the lines of communication and share EVERYTHING?
No matter how close your relationship happens to be, there is always room for improvement.
Your mate may have hopes and dreams that are hidden deep inside that you could never imagine. Maybe your partner doesn’t feel comfortable sharing these thoughts with you. And maybe you don’t feel comfortable sharing either. This does not make you a “bad” couple. It just means you are like the average couple out there.
First, let me be clear. This IS NOT a bad reflection on you. It is what it is. You can’t dig information out of a person if they don’t want to share it with you…..or can you?
Communication In Relationships
Most couples never get to know each other on the deep, intimate level that they could. People are afraid of being vulnerable. They are afraid of rejection. That is the bottom line.
There is often a feeling of, “I won’t share if you won’t share too.” This is completely understandable. And it’s human nature.
A person must be in a situation that feels safe and secure before they are willing to open up and divulge privileged information about themselves. If you want your partner to share with you, then you MUST create an environment that promotes that.
Not so long ago society seemed to pressure individuals to air all their thoughts and feelings to any and every one (Oprah, Phil Donahue, Sally Jesse Raphael, and now Dr. Phil). However, that medium of telling the world your deepest, darkest secrets has now been largely replaced by this new thing called the reality show.
But what do we see time after time? People air their deepest thoughts and feelings on television and are later crucified for their honesty.
The these that’s passed along to other people is: Don’t share it if you don’t have to.
Your partner, and maybe even you, have the same fears.
What if I tell this person everything I have inside and then:
a. They laugh at me
b. They don’t understand me
c. They later leave or divorce me and take that information with them
What people fail to realize is that if they actually SHARE everything, it greatly cuts the odds that the relationship will end.
Communication problems in relationships are one of the most common causes for divorce and break ups. (In my opinion, most every other problems stems from lack of communication in relationships.)
1000 Questions For Couples (renowned author Michael Webb of Oprah Winfrey show fame) is a comprehensive tool to bullet proof your relationship or marriage by utilizing love questions that dig deep and really allow you to know the person you love. Because the communication goes both ways, your partner will become more comfortable sharing their inner most thoughts because you will feel comfortable sharing as well.
Marriages and relationships CAN last for 50 years or more. Knowing each other on a very basic, intimate level is the key. You could search the internet for weeks and never put together a collection of questions to compare to this list.
Here are the topics the 1000 questions are divided into:
||Personality, Feelings & Emotions|
||Health, Food & Well Being|
||Morals, Convictions and Beliefs|
||Religion & Spiritual Matters|
||Car & Driver Holidays & Celebrations|
||Home & Home Life|
||Past & Future|
||Hobbies & Entertainment|
||Love, Romance & Date Nights|
||Friends & Family|
||Career and Education|
||Relationships – Past & Present|
||Children & Child Rearing|
||Wedding & Honeymoon|
This author of this book, an established author that has been featured by countless television shows and magazines, is now offering two free tools as bonuses to help you have the healthiest relationship of you life.
In addition to the three bonuses Micheal Webb gives you when you purchase this ebook, I am also adding ANOTHER BONUS!
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by Angela Christian Pope @ ModernRelationship.org