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101 Questions To Ask Before You Get Engaged by H. Norman Wright
The Perfect Remedy for Cold Feet! More than half of all couples who become engaged this year will never make it to the altar. Why? Leading experts believe it's because couples fail to really get to know their potential mate before getting engaged. Relationship expert and noted couples counselor Norm Wright steers potential brides and grooms through a series of soul-searching questions to discern if they've really met "the One." Couples will be much more confident about whether or not to pursue marriage after completing these in-depth and personal questions. Norm also addresses the delicate subject of calling off the wedding if readers discover that a potential mate isn't actually meant to be a life partner.
101 Questions To Ask Before You Get Engaged by H. Norman Wright
Relationship expert Norm Wright steers potential brides and grooms through a series of questions to discern if they've really met "the One." A dynamic book with a great message for people who seek God's guidance in finding a perfect lifetime companion.
1001 Questions To Ask Before You Get Married by Monica Mendez Leahy
The relationship expert from the Ladies' Home Journal, the Wall Street Journal, and Lifetime Television shows how to prevent marriage problems before they start There's nothing wrong with starter jobs and starter homes, but starter marriages? Relationship expert Monica Mendez Leahy is on a mission to help readers make their marriage last. Her 1,001 Questions to Ask Before You Get Married offers a reality check for couples on the marriage path, helping them realize how much they have yet to discover about their partner's nature, thought processes, lifestyle, and marital expectations. Engaged couples learn to discuss issues deeper than "chicken or fish" and to broach subjects that are often ignored before the nuptials yet essential for the foundation of an intimate, long-lasting relationship. Posed in a variety of fun formats, including multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, and hypotheticals, these questions include topics such as: "Does your partner feel that you're too attached to your parents?" "Is there such a thing as innocent flirting?" "Is it OK to cheat on your taxes?" And more
Before You Get Engaged by Dr. David Gudgel
Before You Get Engaged offers priceless advice and direction for daters who are considering popping (or answering) the big question. Author and counseling pastor David Gudgel teams with his son, Brent, and Brent's girlfriend, Danielle, using anecdotes, dialogue, and diary entries to discuss the twelve relational indicators indispensable to a healthy, lasting marriage, including: Would you marry you? Are you spiritually connected? Are you better together than apart? Have you considered what God has to say? Complete with fun and endearing proposal tips as well as ways to gently ask your significant other for more time, Before You Get Engaged will equip you with the insight, confidence, and peace to make one of the biggest decisions of your life.
12 Questions To Ask Before You Marry by Clayton King
Today, marriages have a 50 percent chance of lasting. Longing to improve those odds, pastor Clayton King, author of the popular Dying to Live, and his wife, Sharie, reveal a revolutionary biblical perspective—at the heart of a godly union is a heart of service. Love is more about understanding one’s spouse than being understood. Offering wisdom from God’s Word and beneficial advice from their decade of marriage, the Kings present 12 relationship-building questions for couples to ask before they wed. They guide and encourage couples to discuss their: religious backgrounds past relationships desires for family and future financial habits and goals vocational aspirations These questions reveal expectations and concerns and help each person understand the needs and hopes of their loved one. A great resource for churches, counselors, dating couples, and young men and women who dream of a forever marriage.
101 Questions To Ask Before You Get Remarried by H. Norman Wright
Respected Christian counselor H. Norman Wright draws from his extensive experience to help couples establish strong, loving marriages. Whether divorced or widowed, people who marry again face unique challenges. Through 101 questions, Norm helps readers know their own views and understand where they agree and disagree with their future mates on finances, roles, sexuality, children, responsibilities, and previous relationship issues. Couples will work together to: make sure they’re ready for a new marriage discover the essentials for successful remarriages clearly communicate personal and family needs establish realistic expectations for their new marriage handle common problems in remarriage: previous partners, in-laws (past and present), merged families, money, sexual issues Offering plenty of room for written responses, this essential premarriage guide helps couples work through problem areas before they become issues. They will also discover areas of strength and agreement that will help them establish a solid foundation for success. Ideal for couples, study groups, ministers, and counselors.
101 Questions To Ask Each Other Before Getting Married by Azad Chaiwala
This book consists of 100+ tried and tested hugely significant compatibility questions that everyone needs to ask their future spouse prior to getting married to them. One practical way of doing this is by way of what I call Marriage Meetings.Introducing: Marriage MeetingsA marriage meeting is where your potential partner and yourself, plus two additional people get together in order to learn about each other. The questions in this guide will be how you learn about each other without missing anything important. Just as a pilot has a checklist before takeoff you have a checklist before getting married. You don't have to understand how it works, just have faith that it does and should you prevail and still marry this person opposite you then I can promise you that you will have a very high chance of a successful marriage.What's the purpose of a marriage meeting?Most relationships fail gradually. Over time, you learn new things about your partner, some of which are not to your liking and thus negativity and regret starts to build up, eventually leading to the failure of that relationship.Marriage meetings allow you to get all the skeletons/demons out of the closet before any commitment is made.Where should this meeting take place?The marriage meeting should take place somewhere public. It is absolutely important that you are not hidden away and there should be a safe and comfortable way for one party to leave should they choose to. Pick somewhere quiet like a coffee shop, a park etc, somewhere populated but not too busy as to cause distraction or inconvenience.Who will attend?Both of you should bring one additional person. Let's call them your "check-mate"; the mate who keeps you in check! This is a responsible person who will have a level head and look out for your best interests. Choose someone who will not hesitate to scrutinise the other person, ask the questions maybe you will shy away from and ensure your are being the real you. This person must be your senior though not necessarily age wise. This could be a colleague, a boss, a family friend, a senior family member or maybe someone of high standing from within your community. The person you bring must be someone you trust and you must listen to them when they bring up concerns. They must absolutely not be a yes man who will just go along with what you say otherwise they are useless to you.Marriage Meetings are not datesThese meetings are not to be confused with dates. During dates, one tends to woo and aim to please their potential partner in what I refer to the human equivalent of the mating dance. But in marriage meetings, one should set out to ask the questions so as to get a clear picture of their potential partner's stance in comparison to your own.Why Marriage Meetings work and ConclusionI have done this personally and it has turned out quite awesome. To me, this is the practical method of getting married. Some may not agree with my methodology and to them, I wish good luck. I am not here to say things that people want to hear but to make you happy in the long term. I call it tough love.The reason Marriage Meetings work is because you have no commitment with your potential spouse. In most modern relationship people want to ask these questions but they don't due to fear of rejection or a backlash. If your potential spouse is hesitant to follow this guide and methodology then perhaps they're not sincere about you or marriage. Should you come up with a question of your own that I have not covered, ask it and let me know too so I can add it to this guide. Marriage is a life commitment and having a sudden crush is not good enough to sustain it; A marriage must go deeper than that.Continue inside the Book: How the marriage guide came into being.....How to ask these questions and the 100+ Questions to Ask Each Other Before Getting Married.
Things I Wish I D Known Before We Got Married by Gary Chapman
“Most people spend far more time in preparation for their vocation than they do in preparation for marriage.” With more than 35 years of experience counseling couples, Gary has found that most marriages suffer due to a lack of preparation and a failure to learn to work together as intimate teammates. So he put together this practical little book, packed with wisdom and tips that will help many develop the loving, supportive, and mutually beneficial marriage they envision, such as: What the adequate foundation for a successful marriage truly is What to expect about the roles and influence of extended family How to solve disagreements without arguing How to talk through issues like money, sex, chores, and more Why couples must learn how to apologize and forgive Ideal for newly married couples and those considering marriage, the material lends itself to heart-felt, revealing, and critical conversations for relational success. Read this bookand you’ll be prepared for—not surprised by—the challenges of marriage. - Bonus features include: Book suggestions and an interactive websites to enhance the couples’ experience “Talking it Over” questions and suggestions to jumpstart conversations over each chapter Appendix on healthy dating relationships and an accompanying learning exercise
Doing relationship well isn't about luck, circumstance, or even personality. It's about having a good set of relationship skills. It's a simple truth that we do our jobs better, we parent better, and we look after our health better when we're taught the skills that are required to do so. Similarly, we build lasting, loving relationships when we're shown how to build one for ourselves! Easy to read, filled with humour, and fun to do, The 10 Conversations teaches you step-by-step how to communicate, problem-solve and have fun together, all the while investigating the critical issues related to relationship success. Drawing on psychological and marital research along with over 20 years of clinical experience, Dr. Guy uses clinical examples from his practice, hands-on exercises, the wisdom of 50 years of scientific investigation, and even contemporary movie reviews (!) to guide couples through the process of becoming intimately connected and well-prepared to build a successful life together. Once you've learned the necessary relationships skills, scary divorce statistics loose their power to intimidate. Read The 10 Conversations and feel confident moving forward and having fun in your relationship!
350 Questions Lds Couples Should Ask Before Marriage by Shannon Alder
As a Latter-day Saint couple, you hold the keys to the success of your marriage. In preparing for your union, do you discuss all the aspects of your life with each other? Are you open to topics about sex, finances, retirement, raising children, and everything in between? In 350 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask before Marriage, Shannon Alder lists all the questions couples should ask in preparation for marriage.