"Earlier, you mentioned 18 red flags; my friend only has two of them, so most don't apply to us." That may be true, but even one red flag could make the difference between a wise choice and a disaster when it comes to marriage.
With no disrespect to premarital surveys (I believe in their value), it would be nice if you could simply take a test, identify red flags and green lights, give them a number value, and calculate if you should move forward or not. Many people get married because of a fear of loneliness, of not having anymore chances in life to find love.
The next time your relationship partner asks “What can we do for fun? I've tried to divide these 33 relationship questions up into categories, so you can pick-and-choose from the list, take them one relationship question category at a time, or use the list as several love quizzes.
What's better than a couple talking about their relationship?
Guys are notorious for not wanting to talk about “girl stuff” and “relationship questions”, so this is a fun way to sneak in an informal and fun relationship talk.
These are the things about preferences, how you talk about one another to others, and maybe even a wish or two thrown into the mix.
Before you can move forward with your partner, you may be the type who wants to know about his or her past.
And if you’re still in a new relationship, then go straight ahead and read 60 get-to-know-you questions in a new romance.
It’ll help you with all the right questions to get off on a perfect new relationship start.
Personalize these, so they relate more to your partner and your relationship.
There are some things that you just want to know even though they can't be confined to a single category.
What I've talked about here relates to red flags, some clear, some more obscure, which If you're still concerned about your relationship, talk to someone.
Feel free to give us a call here at the Focus on the Family Counseling department. Our licensed counselors or chaplains would love to speak with you and, if you would like, can direct you toward local Christian counselors.
Make answering a relationship question a fun experience instead of an inquisition.