Questions about dating relationships
But when you ask good couples questions, you can open lines of communication and build mutual understanding that can make your relationship stronger and happier. What are the best qualities you have to bring to our relationship? Who has been the most influential person in your life and why?
Whether your concerns relate to money, sex, kids, affection, career or any of the various reasons you fight or get angry, when you don't communicate your needs and discuss your differences, things will inevitably break down. What can we do to avoid fighting or arguing entirely? What about our financial situation might become a recurring problem?
Should a couple be financially stable before getting married?
All problems in relationships boil down to one thing: lack of communication.
Is it wrong for a Christian to have a roommate of the opposite sex? How should a Christian act toward a friend who comes out of the closet (as gay)?
Does the Bible truly teach monogamy / monogamous relationships? Is it okay to have premarital sex if you know you are going to marry the person?
What does the Bible say about sex before marriage / premarital sex? Does the Bible teach that there is a gift of celibacy?
We want to protect what's ours — emotionally, psychologically, and physically — often at the expense of those we love most. If so, then check out my bestselling book called “201 Relationship Questions: The Couple's Guide to Building Trust and Emotional Intimacy“. You must exercise some self-control, even when strong feelings make you want to say unspeakable things.