If you are part of the growing movement in Premarital Coaching here are some strategic questions to get couples talking… before they say “I Do.”
My definition of love is . . . .
My reason for marriage is . . . .
My way of handling conflict is . . . .
My way of dealing with anger is . . . .
My preference for spending free time is . . . .
My concept of the role and responsibilities of a husband is . . . .
My concept of the role and responsibilities of a wife is . . . .
My views on sex within marriage are . . . .
My commitments to my extended family are . . . .
My commitments to my future in-laws are . . . .
My expectation regarding time with friends (following marriage) is . . . .
My position on the use of alcohol is . . . .
My experience with illegal drugs is . . . .
My priorities for spending money are . . . .
My priorities for saving money are . . . .
My experience with debt and my commitment regarding debt are . . . .
My goals for marriage are . . . .
My desires regarding children are . . . .
My commitment to be actively involved in a church fellowship is . . . .
My spiritual goals and desires are . . . .
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