Title: 808 Conversation Starters for Couples
Author: Robin Westen
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Release Date: December 6, 2016
Buy Links: Amazon/Barnes & Noble
The ultimate list of casual conversation prompts to spark fun and interesting dialogue, deepen communication and increase intimacy
What can you and your partner talk about when you can’t think of anything new to talk about? Why not break away from the same old reliable—but boring!—subjects. Packed with 808 clever and lighthearted conversation starters, this book guarantees you will always have an exciting new topic to explore. 808 Conversation Starters for Couples is the perfect antidote for tired, shallow communication. The book features questions, quizzes, and activities in an endless list of areas from childhood memories, school stories, old friends, family histories, politics, sports, literature, films, and much, much more. It guarantees you and your significant other will get closer through casual and meaningful conversations.
I think this is the perfect book for Mother’s Day or anytime really. As a society, we are constantly on the run and busy doing so many things for our families that we forget sometimes what is important. It’s important for couples to reconnect on an emotional level. Remember that butterfly feeling when you first started dating? You could sit and talk about anything/everything you could think of?
I know personally, my husband and I time from time get into a comfortable zone. We talk about what needs to be done around the house, bills that need to be paid, family obligations etc. There are times we don’t know what to talk about on an emotional level because we think we know all there is to know about each other.
This is why this book is so great. It gives you different conversation starters so you can reconnect with your partner on an emotional level. You don’t have to read the book from cover to cover. Just open the book, pick a topic or mini quiz and get the conversation going.
You will both walk away feeling more connected, more loved and how can that be a bad thing?
I received this book for free in return for a fair and honest review. All opinions in this review are 100% my own.