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Before You Start

Have you ever wondered about your partner’s interests, dislikes or likes, or what
they really think about something? Imagine how much closer you and your partner
will feel after taking the time to answer some of the most intimate questions and
truths that can be shared between partners. Too often we take what we see at face
value instead of taking the time to really understand what our partner is saying or
what they are about. If more couples spent time truly getting to know each other
you would probably find less heartbreak and more people in happier, long-term

The questions in this book are geared towards getting to know your partner more
intimately. They are written in a way to help start engaging and stimulating
conversation. They say that love is friendship set on fire. If so, your romance will be
burning hot after a few nights of answering these questions!

To help get you started, here a few ideas of how to ask and answer these questions:

- Set aside a quiet time one night a week for a specified amount of time that
you can ask and answer the questions.

- Print out a series of questions and answer them when you are in the car

- E-mail each other one question a day to answer and talk about your
responses when you get home.

- Talk about one question a day over dinner together each night.


It is important to establish a code of conduct before beginning. These questions are
meant to invite discussion and understanding of your partner, not to negate their
opinions or experiences. Disagreements or misunderstandings can happen when you
are talking about matters that are important to you. Just remember that you are
asking these questions with the intent of understanding each other better. Each
person should be allowed to fully express their point of view without being attacked.
This can be an extremely fun and eye opening experience to share together. Keep an
open-mind when sharing your thoughts with each other.

Let the questions begin…

Your Favorites
Every couple should take the time to learn each other’s favorite things. If you
haven’t yet, use these quick questions to learn right now!

1. Color 11. Food 21. Place to go
2. Movie 12. Song 22. Beverage
3. Perfume/cologne 13. Book 23. Poem
4. School year 14. Teacher 24. Snack food
5. Gift to receive 15. Style of clothing 25. Holiday
6. Season 16. Flower 26. Candy
7. City 17. Country 27. Name for a boy
8. Name for a girl 18. TV Show 28. Store
9. Web Site 19. Animal 29. Place to visit
10. Car 20. Dessert 30. Salad Dressing

Growing Up

31. Where were you born?

32. Where did you live most of your childhood life?

33. What was your most memorable childhood moment?

34. What was your big childhood fear? (i.e.-the dark, monsters, etc.)

35. What did you aspire to be when you were child?

36. Is it what you are doing now? What changed?

37. What was your favorite game as a child?

38. Where did you go to school?

39. What's the funniest thing that has ever happened to you?

40. What was your most embarrassing moment?

41. What was the single most significant turning point in your life?

42. What was your favorite memory of your mother?
43. What was your favorite memory of your father?
44. What was your favorite school year and why?
45. What was your most embarrassing moment as a child?
46. What was the hardest thing you had to learn?
47. What was your favorite play toy?
48. Who was your best friend when you were young?
49. What was the one toy you always wanted, but
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