If you're like most couples, once you get married practically every aspect of your life becomes intertwined. For Scott and I, it is really easy to fall into the habit of watching Netflix after our son goes to bed. Being a stay-at-home mom gives me to little to talk about other than what cute thing my son did that day and being married to your best friend doesn't help conversation either. Including personal interests, accomplishments, and memorable events in conversations add compatability between couples.
To help ease the discomfort and pain of figuring out what to talk about, I’ve come up with a few conversation starters for you.  A few questions to ask one another to get things flowing again. Feel free to download our sheet of conversation starters, let me know how they worked for you, and share your own questions and topics of conversation you enjoy with your spouse! Ashley holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University and a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University.


We marry our best friend, the person we enjoy being with and talking to most of all, but for some reason our communication skills start to go downhill and good conversation is now hard to come by. I know it doesn't sound like much, but making a conscious effort to talk for several hours every week has made us closer. In fact, many couples, particularly once kids have come into the picture, indeed find themselves stranded on the island of struggling conversation. The goal is to enjoy one another’s company, to encourage each other, to be vulnerable and honest, and to constantly work toward a more fulfilling life and marriage together. That creates a pocket for confusion, misunderstanding, and frustration, which is why the conversations starters I’m going to share with you will cover an array of categories and styles. Conversation is a powerful means of maintaining and building that friendship and companionship with your spouse throughout the years. Others like deep conversations that tackle some of those tough issues other steer clear of.


At the end of your conversation, ask each other which style you preferred so next time you know which kind to focus on with your spouse. It’s almost as if you’ve been set up on a blind date, and you aren’t sure what you and this person across from you even have in common. There are those who prefer not to talk at all, and others find it difficult to come up for air. In a less outrageous example, a friend of mine dated a guy for weeks, saw potential, and then found out he was an extremist nut-job.
So keep the toughest topics to a minimum by avoiding the long-winded, beat-around-the-bush approach and simply mentioning "I'd love to have kids in the next few years" or "I have to keep a kosher home" for example.



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