Below are questions that can add some excitement to your conversations as well as deepen and strengthen your relationship.
Here's a brief list of potential subjects you might explore: OK, you've got some date night ideas. As you begin to enjoy the benefits of double dating, you may identify other couples in other life stages. Muster your courage, walk up to them, and say, "Do you have any plans on Friday night?
After a period of time, it's not unusual for couples to run out of conversation topics to talk about.
Do you think there is a timeline for how fast to get into the "deeper" conversations?
I wonder if I scared my ex off, and I don't want to make that mistake again. I’m sorry for your heartache and know how disruptive breakups can be.
We allow everyday living to separate and distance us instead.
Whatever the case, it’s none-the-less important to keep the lines of communication and conversation open. Don’t allow yourself to get into the situation like Pat Williams describes: So, to help you in this mission for your marriage, we have provided some “Conversation Starters” from various resources to help you get started.
If the conversation starts to go in a negative direction, stop and start again.
If you need to revisit a particular question at another time to bridge your differences, then set a time to do so.
It's not just about hanging out with couples who are in the same stage of life as you, either.