When Moody Publishers gave me a list of books to review, I chose 101 Conversation Starters for Couples by Gary D. The questions had a little bit more depth to them than your typical “List of Questions for Couples”, with some off the wall and humorous approaches to learning more about your spouse. I’d say this book would be a great communication booster for couples who are just getting started in their relationship, or perhaps a good prompt for marriages that are experiencing a lull in communication.
I’d recommend this book to newer couples and newlyweds, but if you’re an established couple (my husband and I have been together for going on six years now), then I would just skip it, unless expanding communication is your goal.

As a married couple, it can be so easy to get into old communication habits (or non communication habits!), and never learn anything new about one another.
It doesn't really matter how long you've been with your partner, if you have kids, they have a way of sneaking into the conversations you have with each other.
We found a plethora of resources online for creating your own personalized list of questions the next time you find yourselves with some face-to-face time, alone. With 101 probing questions, couples will find their relationship enhanced, their intimacy deepened, and their romance ignited.

My husband and I found that car rides were a great time to peruse the questions – I just kept the book in the glove box for easy access. 101 Conversation Starters for Couples is the perfect companion to the bestselling book, The 5 Love Languages.

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