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101 Questions to Ask Before You Get Engaged…

101 Questions to Ask Before You Get Engaged

by H. Norman Wright

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Well-known marriage and family therapist H. Norman Wright has come up with a set of questions couples should discuss prior to marriage. The questions are probing and revealing. Many of them will take time to think about and discuss. It's a book that probably should be discussed in person with your future spouse rather than by phone, Skype, chat, or another means. Many couples may have already discussed some of these, but there will still be plenty which will give both parties a chance to know and understand the other better. ( )
  thornton37814 | Jul 31, 2015 |
Gets to those tough questions that helps establish the necessary communication in a relationship. My wife and I went through this book before our engagement, and it only confirmed that we were meant for each other. There were many questions that were not pertinent to us, but all of the questions were good to at least consider. Highly recommended to serious dating couples. ( )
  mgeorge2755 | Aug 2, 2013 |
This book offers some useful questions to consider before asking someone to marry you. Hopefully, many of these questions will have already been answered earlier in the relationship. While some of the author's questions are repetitive, most of them provide an opportunity to dig into one another's backgrounds, convictions, methods, and dreams. ( )
  djsparks | Aug 17, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736913947, Paperback)

The Perfect Remedy for Cold Feet!

More than half of all couples who become engaged this year will never make it to the altar. Why? Leading experts believe it's because couples fail to really get to know their potential mate before getting engaged. Relationship expert and noted couples counselor Norm Wright steers potential brides and grooms through a series of soul-searching questions to discern if they've really met "the One."

Couples will be much more confident about whether or not to pursue marriage after completing these in-depth and personal questions. Norm also addresses the delicate subject of calling off the wedding if readers discover that a potential mate isn't actually meant to be a life partner.

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How can I be sure? Is he really right for me? Deciding to spend the rest of your life with someone is one of the biggest decisions you'll ever make. The key to a successful marriage is getting to know your partner before you take the plunge. Relationship expert and noted couples counselor Norm Wright will steer you through a series of soul-searching questions -- even difficult ones that need to be addressed -- to help you discern if you've met "the one." Enjoy learning more about each other as you discuss: your spiritual journeys, how you handle finances, whose family you'll spend the holidays with, previous relationships and breakups, potentially annoying habits and patterns. - Back cover.… (more)

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