The Questions to Ask Before You Jump Into Bed
This lively guide can really kick-start the conversations between couples-but it also offers much more. These questions will help readers find a stronger degree of emotional intimacy before they take the plunge into physical intimacy, allowing them to choose better partners, make smarter decisions, and assess what they're really looking for in a relationship-before they get in too deep. Includes questions like:
What was the major turning point in your life so far?
Who are you at your worst?
What are you most ashamed of?
Have you ever had sex with an ex?
What global issues concern you?
Are you bi-sexual? Bi-polar?
Do you believe in Heaven and Hell?
Do you like your mother?
Would you date yourself?
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