300 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask Before Marriage

Questions LDS Couples Should Ask Before Marriage Did you know that the divorce rate among Mormons is now % only % below the national average With a % chance of marriage failure it is important than ever to be selective when choosing a spouse

  • Title: 300 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask Before Marriage
  • Author: Shannon L. Alder
  • ISBN: 9780882907741
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • 300 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask Before Marriage

    Did you know that the divorce rate among Mormons is now 40%, only 10% below the national average With a 40% chance of marriage failure, it is important than ever to be selective when choosing a spouse President Spencer W Kimball once said, In selecting a companion for life and for eternity, certainly the most careful planning, thinking, praying and fasting shouldDid you know that the divorce rate among Mormons is now 40%, only 10% below the national average With a 40% chance of marriage failure, it is important than ever to be selective when choosing a spouse President Spencer W Kimball once said, In selecting a companion for life and for eternity, certainly the most careful planning, thinking, praying and fasting should be done to be sure that of all decisions, this one must not be wrong 300 Questions Every LDS Couple Should Ask Before Getting Married will help you and your partner explore common goals and perspectives The questions in this book will inspire couples to gain a deeper understanding of each other to build lasting and eternal relationships Some of the subjects covered include Should your children pay for their own missions What have you done financially to prepare for marriage Do you expect intimacy often Does your partner Couples should leave no question unasked when deciding on an eternal partner Let 300 Questions Every LDS Couple Should Ask Before Marriage help you discover how to design a happy and everlasting marriage.

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    One thought on “300 Questions LDS Couples Should Ask Before Marriage

    1. Brittany

      The questions helped me get to know my fiancee better.Some of the questions were cheesy, redundant and/or real obvious questions a couple would ask in the early stages of dating. Personally I thought the book was too expensive and a waste of paper. The format is such that there are a lot of blank lines for you to write the answers down. I prefer to verbally answer the questions with my fiancee. It would have been more practical if it was cheaper, smaller book, with just the questions listed.

    2. Tina

      The book has been done before but this author captured all the questions that someone of the mormon faith or christian faith (for that matter) needs to consider. I am glad she wrote it. People that write reviews that are negative about this book are the people that got dumped by their honey because they read it and found out that Mr. Right was Mr. Wrong. I just don't understand why anyone would give any author that is doing good any sort of bad review. They must not be christian.which is what I [...]

    3. Nicole Sampson

      The questions in this book are perfect for LDS couples. There are so many questions I wouldn't have thought to ask, but I was so happy to learn the answers to them. Now that I've been married for a few years I know how critical these questions are in finding a spouse that fits well with you. I also like the way the book is laid out in sections with lines for writing. I used that space to write extra questions that are relevant to the ones already there. My now husband & I spent 3 hours just [...]

    4. Christopher Mills

      This is an excellent book with thoughtful questions everyone should read before getting married. For those who are not engaged, it may help you decide what type of person you want to marry. For those who are engaged, it may help you decide what kinds of decisions you would like to make in your future marriage or even if the person you are considering is the right one to marry.My wife actually bought this book when we were dating and we read through all of the questions. We found it very helpful, [...]

    5. Sara

      I always give this book as a gift to the girls in my Laurels class when they graduate and go to college. I want them to really think things out before they get married. It should be a no brainer to ask these questions. But there are a lot of people that don't and they wonder why it didn't work out. They weren't thinking. It is a great book for any friend that is considering marriage.

    6. Jeffrey

      This book is a great book to encourage communication about topics you wouldn't think about. This is probably for couples who are seriously considering marriage not those that are beginning dating. I found it refreshing to just sit down and get to know more about what each of us was expecting in a marriage and future family. Definitely helped me know my wife a lot more than before.

    7. Suzette Kunz

      This made for some good conversation, but it's organized kind of randomly. A lot of the questions are repetitive, and they don't seem to be grouped according to theme. As an English teacher, that bugged me. But it does cover a lot of good ground. It seems like it would especially be good for a really young person thinking about marriage.

    8. Tony Robbins

      Awesome book. Bought it when I was considering marrying a girl. Found out that she wasn't the one and I was choosing her based on all the wrong reasons. Glad this author wrote this book. I really could have married that girl and ended up in divorce!

    9. Ryann

      My husband and I used this book to give us discussion ideas while we were courting. We wanted to make sure we learned meaningful things about each other before we committed and using this book helped us open serious topics.

    10. Camillle

      This book has a bunch of questions that I probably never would have thought to ask my future spouse. It's good for any couple to consider the scenarios before they happen; so they can be better prepared to handle the challenges that come their way.

    11. Kaylie Faucette

      This is a fun book to read and discuss with your fiance or boyfriend/girlfriend before you get married. It really helps couples get to know each other even more than they thought they did!

    12. Katie Chambers

      We had already asked most of these questions are self, and a lot of them were weird or repeats of previous questions just with different wording.

    13. Tosca Wijns-Van Eeden

      Most of these questions aren't really useful anymore when you actually are married. Only a handful were useful to re-evaluate where we stood when already married.

    14. Jackie Phillips

      I am not a member of the Latter- day Saints but I enjoyed the book. It had some good messages that could be used for all denominations.

    15. Brenda

      Excellent book for opening up a dialog with a future (or current) spouse. So many things I didn't think about or question my husband on before I got married. What a great tool for engaged couples:)

    16. Karren

      Bruce and I used these when we were courting to discuss our expectations. It was very helpful, but some of the sections are redundant or poorly written. Overall, worth it.

    17. Emily S.

      Super quick initial read, but one that I’ll need to revisit with my SO as we progress in our relationship. I felt like the questions were most well thought out, but some were repetitive. There are questions I’d definitely add as well. Overall though, a good guide that I believe will help me and The Fellow make sure we’re on the same page.

    18. Morgan anderson

      Good questions but they sometimes feel redundant. A fun activity for couples to do. I found most of the questions would come up in conversation but if you and your spouse aren't big sharers I could see this book being helpful to clarify things.

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