101 Conversation Starters for Couples (101 Conversations Starters)

Your spouse is a unique person, filled with amazing insights, thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Communication is key to really knowing and fully loving that person.

Bestselling author and marriage counselor Gary Chapman has developed this handy tabletop resource to get you and your spouse talking. With 101 probing questions, couples will find their relationship enhanced, their intimacy deepened, and their romance ignited. 101 Conversation Starters for Couples is the perfect companion to the bestselling book, The 5 Love Languages. It also makes an excellent Valentines Day, wedding, and anniversary gift. It helps you and your spouse get the conversation flowing.

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3 Comments

  1. Starts meaningful conversations with pleasure and ease The premise and format of this book is incredibly simple: it’s a collection of questions (101 to be exact) of questions for spouses to get each other talking. No chapter headings. No long pages of text. Just one question per page with an attractive picture in the background. A book like this could easily flop, with tepid, limp, or contrived questions. But in its execution this effort by Chapman is an unalloyed success. 

  2. Wonderful book despite some religious inclusions I got this book for my husband and I to use at the dinner table and on date night. This book is great! This book fosters meaningful conversation and helps build intimacy. There are a variety of questions throughout the book….my only issue with this book is that religion and the Bible are incorporated into it.Examples of this would be “Name the Old Testament event that you wish you could have witnessed. Name the New Testament event (in addition to the resurrection) that you wish you could have…

  3. Disappointed I was hoping for a book with interesting questions for long car rides, since we sometimes have difficulty talking about topics that don’t revolve around our children or our work. Maybe it’s just not designed for couples who have been together for 20+ years & talk all of the time, but I was disappointed with the simplicity of the questions. I only found a handful of questions that we hadn’t already discussed by the time we celebrated our 5th anniversary…

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