MORE IDEAS FROM If You Really Love Someone, Ask Them These 10 Questions
This question can involve short-term and long-term goals, objectives, and desires.
This is an important question that every couple should discuss at least annually.
You should ask and seriously discuss this question every few months.
This is a question you ask during free time, when planning a date, going out to eat, or when discussing deeper goals and direction in life.
Not, "what" are you doing, but "HOW" are you doing?
Life is not always fun. We spend much time doing our job, either at work or at home, that it's important to reward yourself for all your hard work and effort.
You see that your spouse is busy, hurried, or experiencing some frustration with getting everything done.
This question is especially important to ask when you know your spouse is going through a difficult or frustrating time.
Strong connection with a long-term partner requires syncing up on many different (and deeper) levels, not just chit-chatting about the minutia of your day-to-day.
To that end, here are 10 powerful questions to ask your spouse or partner often to help deepen your connection and love for each other.
The 5 Love Languages is the concept, from Dr. Gary Chapman, that there are five different ways of communicating love.
The 5 Love Languages are:
People express love differently, and they have different ways they want to receive love. So, some of these languages may speak more to us than others.
In lockdown(or home quarantine), relationships are being stress-tested across the globe, as couples and partners live together 24/7, and have to deal with:
The differences in how people have loved throughout history suggest that our style of loving is to a significant extent determined by what the prevailing environment dictates.
It is through novels, poems, songs and, latterly, films that we have acquired our misleading ideas about love.
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