1000 Questions For Couples
ReviewWill it really
help couples? Find out
Written by: Amy Rosenthal
In today’s world the numbers for marriages that end in divorce are getting scary. Couples are
surprised to learn things about their spouse only after they’ve tied the knot. But those numbers don’t matter,
what matters is your love life right? How then do you divorce-proof your marriage? Getting to know each other, getting to know the deep and nitty-gritty
parts about your partner is a start.
Why I love “question books” geared for couple,
is that they have the ability to draw couples closer and make them stronger together. They can create a low pressure environment that’s easy for the difficult
questions to open up to. But how is Michael Webb’s “1000 Questions For Couples”?
Where most question books never really touch
the important questions or don’t have enough material to go through, 1000 Questions
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Couples has a ton of in-depth questions that
are crucial to ask before tying the knot. This 80 page e-Book has questions that range from Finances; career,
past relationships and baggage, morals, personality, children, and even sex. It also contains lighter questions
that keep the learning about each other process exciting and low pressured, such as travelling, dining, pets,
and your favorite things.
This is what I liked about the
· Low priced for the ton of questions you get (80 pages).
· A lot of questions had to do with important subjects that I never thought of talking
· It also had a lot of questions that kept it light so it didn’t feel like an
· There were a lot of questions that kept it fun to talk with my guy so neither of us felt pressured to
come up with something to talk about.
· It had a lot of questions that I’ve never thought of asking, so I was amazed to learn new things about
my fiancé that I never would have thought to ask.
· There were some deeper things that I’ve wanted to know about him that I was scared to ask him. The
book created an excuse to ask them, which took the pressure off me.
What I didn’t like about it;
The book could have done some follow up to the questions. So for example,
what each response to the questions could mean to a person and why they answered the way they
So overall is 1000 Questions For
Couples worth it?,
The book isn’t meant to be read straight
through although it can be. It comes with an automatic system that delivers 3-5 questions to me through email
every day, so we always had something to talk about, which kept our dinners interesting. It comes with a 60 unconditional refund policy and because it’s an
e-book, it’s delivered immediately.
I really loved this book, I felt it brought us
closer as a couple and it was fun to go through together. The author, Michael Webb wrote it for anyone; not just
couples dating, but those already married, and those planning to get married. His expertise as a relationship coach really shines in this book. I give this
book my 5-stars and highly recommend it to anyone; who’s looking to grow stronger as a couple, or just want to
know the right questions to ask their date, or couples that are running low on things to talk
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