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What marriage counseling questions can be asked before marriage?

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loislane1234 said on
How much of our money will we donate/give away?
purplerain said on
What are the reason for us to argue, how do we argue and how do we feel about expressing your anger? Those kinds of questions make you accept the anger and help you to transform it when you discuss about it with a therapist.
twocatsonedog22 said on
What can we do to improve the way we communicate?
BROWNE said on
Marriage is two different people being together and hence conflicts arise. So how to handle conflicts and confrontations? When one is aggressive, what will the other do to handle the situation with care?
JONES4 said on
Couples getting into a marriage will have things that they cannot tolerate as individuals. So what are the issues that cannot be toleraed! Is it dishonesty in financial matters, extra marital affair, drinking, et al. What will be the consequences of these behavioral audacities.
MILLER said on
Sexuality varies from person to person. Hence, how often love making is accepted for the significant other? More or less? How often?
BAKER4 said on
How much of our money will we donate/give away? What will our philosophy be about spending vs. saving? Money issues plague many marriages and cause a lot of conflict. It is imporatant that you have a plan for your finances before you take the next step together. There is always room for compromise and flexibility in the budget, but both partners must be on the same page.
Hyman4 said on
How have our goals and dreams for our life together changed during our first year of marriage? How have your worldviews changed as a result of marriage?
Leighton said on
What are some of the things that we admire most about one another? What are some ways we've seen each other grow over our time together? What are some areas you'd like to see yourself grow? What are some areas you'd like to see our marriage grow?
Marriage.com said on
There are many thought-provoking questions that may be asked by your counselor to help you prepare for your future together. The questions range between a variety of topics, including sex, finances, interests, attitudes, family goals, career, and more.  Some examples of the questions that may be asked are:
 
What are your life’s goals?

Do you plan to have children?  When, and how many?

What is your image of God?

Are you religious?

Do you feel you are emotionally healthy?

What issues have you faced in past relationships?

How long have you known your partner?

What do you believe are the roles husbands and wives should play?

What are your spending habits?

How do we plan to support ourselves?

Do we have debt?

How will we handle conflict?
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