After years of marriage, you and your spouse know each other so well that it’s easy to get comfortable and forget there is still so much more to learn about one another.
It can become difficult to continue improving and deepening your relationship. ” is important, but it does not tell the full story.
It means a lot to me and definitely adds quality to our time together.
Even if you’ve known each other a long time, even if you assume you know the answer, ask anyway.
It’s good to hear what you already knew in your spouse’s words, and you may just be surprised. This download includes 90 questions, divided into 9 different date night cards.
of them may be hard to ask and answer, but they’re crafted from the belief that being humbly open and honest is best. Each card contains a mix of lighthearted and deep questions.
They are intended for Christian married couples, so if your dating but not married, simply make the needed adjustments. Start the tradition of asking each other questions! I’m a young-ish, stay-at-home mom of three adorably-fun little ones and writer! I write mostly about motherhood, deep living, and finding freedom and meaning through simplicity.
Also check out our Marriage Purpose Statement Date Night Activity!
, whether we're going "out on the town" or staying in for an at-home date. I loved the beginning, when we were simply friends learning each other's favorite color or favorite type of music.
There's nothing like that quality time and intent in discovering the intricacies of the other person. But there is still so much we can learn about each other; so many ways we can still grow our intimacy through conversation. indulgence Beyond favorites, there's something about knowing if a person prefers a mac or a pc (for example) that can be so telling about personality and how they tick.
All it takes is a couple questions to get that going. These are similar to favorites and can be expounded on, but are great for rapid-fire, too.