100 Questions

Getting to know someone when you first start to date is uber exciting.  It's kind of like opening little gifts as the relationship grows.  Don't stop asking questions!  If you've found your someone and you both are on the way to saying I DO, it's important to continue that relationship deep-sea fishing. You know, asking the hard stuff.  The stuff that makes your insides turn and your toes cringe, but the stuff that you both know is important when figuring out how to spend the rest of your lives together.

Enter The Hard Questions: 100 Questions to Ask Before Saying "I Do" by Susan Piver. 

The books topics are the fundamentals:
  1. Home
  2. Money
  3. Work
  4. Sex
  5. Health & Food
  6. Family
  7. Children
  8. Community & Friends
  9. Spiritual Life

You don't need to answer them all or all in one night, but make a fun evening out of it. Order some pizza, get some ice cream, some craft beer and/or wine and sit and have a good conversation. Heck! Even if you are married, go ahead and get the book!  Have fun!