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201 Great Discussion Questions For Couples In Long Distance Relationships (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Lisa McKay , Michael Wolfe

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Do you want to get to know your partner better? Do long distance conversations sometimes feel like hard work? Do you find yourself wondering what to talk about with the person you love apart from how your day was?

Show your partner how much you care and pick up these 201 fun discussion questions for couples. Whether an ocean or just a dinner table separates you, these questions will spark fresh conversations, make you laugh, and help you get to know each other better.

Questions span topics related to childhood, family, work, passions, life now, the future, stress, what if, and much more.

Bonus Material: As a free bonus, this edition also includes 2 fun activities to help you get to know one another better.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 56 pages
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  • Editeur : Karinya Publishing; Édition : 1 (21 novembre 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An important book. Please read it now. 18 mars 2014
Par Sugarbeaches - Publié sur
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If only this book could accompany me into a time machine into the past, a journey long enough for me to read the book over and over and over, so the message could take effect and really sink in. This book would have changed my life - and the lives of my family - infinitely for the better.
"When you first meet someone that you are attracted to, you can spend more energy trying to make sure that they like you than thinking about whether or not you like them." Lisa writes. "You tell your best stories and try hard to be interesting. You can spend a lot of time and energy wondering what the other person thinks about you."
Oh, yes.
My first long distance relationship occurred during the Triassic period, when the dating site creators wandered the earth in diapers. The daughter of missionaries, I was living in Indonesia then. I chose my words with lapidary care, sprinkled them onto fragile blue stationery, and tossed them like hopeful paper airplanes across the Pacific to someone I had met in college and dated (platonically) just six times before. His own paper airplanes were written on endless rolls of brown paper wrapped about in string, the words pecked out on an ancient black typewriter in an Alaskan campground encircled by magpies and moose. He eventually proposed over the phone. I was felled by a migraine the day before the wedding, the day I married someone I had not seen in months and hardly knew. During our honeymoon he lost his wedding ring. On the second night he drove our rental car onto soft beach sand as the tide came in, aiming the headlights towards twinkling lights that beckoned from a town across the bay. The eager waves swept in to drown the car along with our luggage locked helplessly in the trunk. That same weekend I learned he was overwhelmingly in debt. I held on for two decades through foreclosure, bankruptcy, IRS debts, and much more. He married me because he was enthralled by my background, while the security I sought in him was a mirage.
Eventually another long distance relationship twinkled in the distance and I sailed out to meet it. The emails came from a man whose knowledge of Asia far exceeded mine who spun tales of elephant attacks, pouncing lions and lunging wolves. He had escaped death in Antarctica and Indonesian mangrove swamps; a mountain was named after him. Well, it was a small mountain, but a mountain still. We lived in different states. I was a moth dazzling into a porch light.
Lisa writes: "I'd learned not to let my imagination run away with me. I'd learned to ask good questions and listen carefully to answers. I'd learned to figure out what I thought of these men, rather than just trying to make sure they were attracted to me. "
At the beginning of my first relationship I should have asked questions about finances and responsibility. I might have learned that he was hopeless with finances, was a bit of a bully, and that he preferred independent, tough women. At the beginning of the second relationship, I should have asked blunt questions about the other relationships in his life. The mad adventurer had serious relationships with two women while he was writing to and meeting with me. I didn't know about the young Indonesian nurse until she read his emails and sent me a very nasty email from his iPhone. My relationship with him was as inconsequential as those lights that had twinkled to our car from across the ocean.
Please read this book and take it to heart. It is important. Ask the questions, one by one, and listen to the answers. And if you find a time machine, please let me know so I can get in. And I will bring this book with me.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Mix of Light & Serious Questions.. 11 mars 2014
Par HoneyBunny:Sweet&Charming/MidNiteVelvetBunny - Publié sur
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My boyfriend and I just finished this book. We would read some questions each time we talk on the phone. The questions range from light hearted and will give you something to laugh about; to serious questions that really make you think. There are even a few questions that may have you saying, Oh my! Can I really say that? All questions help you get to know each other better. It was interesting to find things in the book that we have already shared or had begun to do. We noticed that a couple of questions duplicate from other relationship books. Also some questions are a series of questions grouped in one. Over all I would say it's a very good book for what it aims to be. I would highly recommend this book to other couples in long distance relationships.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Food for thought... and fodder for conversation 21 juillet 2013
Par Tanya Spencer - Publié sur
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I'm not in a long distance relationship, but was looking for some new ideas and things to talk about with my husband. Having known each other for so long really depletes the number of "when I was younger" stories. And having only one child results in more conversations about princesses than is good for anyone's sanity. I really enjoyed a lot of the discussion questions in this book - some we'd already covered but some helped us talk about new things even after a decade of marriage. And "new things" is great while we're under the same roof let alone when we're separated because of travel. I mean, really... which would YOU choose to have with you on a desert island for a year - high speed internet access or a person?! And IF a person... WHO??
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Content! 24 mai 2013
Par Janeen Andrulis - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I really liked this book! It has good content for discussions for long distance couples. It helped me a lot to start conversations in my long distance relationship. My fiance would always ask me what I want to talk about and I didn't have any more ideas so I looked for a book to help and this helps! A lot I have already asked but it it thorough and well written! A must for newbies to long distance relationships! It helps keep the monotonous out of the daily conversations.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 never stop asking 8 novembre 2014
Par Ella - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Long ago, I took a solemn vow to collect interesting questions and this book is a huge asset in that collection. I feel like a coin collector who just inherited his great uncle's million dollar collection.

When I took said vow, I did not realize how essential a list such as this one would be in the future relationship formation with the love of my life, who happens to live in another timezone. Here's to us, honey! Never stop asking!
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