Sometimes all I can think to talk about is stuff about the kids or the schedule for the week, etc. But this post is to give you some questions that are a little more fun and crazy, AND yet most of them will still help you get to know your spouse a little better. Studies have also shown that the most happily married couples are happy because they have a lot of fun together." -from 5 Tips To Increase The Fun In Your Marriage-I found these from a board game we have. ”Don’t just go rattle off question after question; let the question you ask naturally lead into a conversation.By leveraging the vast amount of knowledge available to us, we explore and present a wide variety of content catered to encouraging individual growth and solving problems.So whether you are hanging out in bed, out to dinner or on a road trip, have some fun with these random questions. What is one thing you always wanted as a kid, but never got? If you were in a witness protection program, what would be your alias? What is the nicest thing someone else has done for you? If you could bring someone famous back from the grave, who would you choose? For many people, putting together a dating profile is the easy bit (although believe me, there are plenty who find this task nearly impossible).They even think that chatting in emails or on the phone isn’t so bad either but when it comes to actually going out on a date — the very reason they were online dating in the first place — this is where they panic. They worry they’ll get found out (whatever that means) or that they’ll get tongue-tied and have nothing to say.
And in that awkward and uncomfortable space, we make all sorts of bad decisions to avoid the unknown, like using alcohol to relax or sexual intimacy to connect. If there’s a lull in the conversation, insert a creative question or two and the conversation should begin to flow. These questions come from dating coach/matchmaker Rachel Greenwald’s, “Have Him at Hello: Confessions from 1,000 Guys About What Makes Them Fall in Love…or Never Call Back” (© Random House 2008). As a coach I listen a lot more than I talk, it’s the nature of what I do.It’s also a strategy that works well if you find yourself nervous. If you could lock up one person in a mental institution, who would it be?